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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtm.../bcnrates23.xml

my view also but i think 6.5% should do it.

I really don't know how the MPC can live with the current shame hanging over them now that the cat is out of the bag and they have lost control.Why don't they all just resign and let's get a sensible team on board.In Lomax's case ,how can she live with that tantrum she threw in the January meeting because she didn't want rates up;now it has transpired that was no where near enough.How can Blanchflower be voting for a raise one month and then do a 360 degree turn the next and vote for a cut.How can Merv live with himself for hinting rates had peaked at 5.0% in November and cause a mass panic to get on the housing ladder because loose rates were here forever apparently.And finally how come a bunch of zealots on Housepricecrash.co.uk be bloody spot on with their assessments of the inflation outlook throwing a straw to the wind and these pathetic excuse for economists can't do it with their multi-million pound computer models.

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Thank the lord they are kept well away from engineering otherwise JCB's would end up looking like this:

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