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Government Overdraft £8 Billion In August.

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BBC News 24 1pm. news.

Government overdraft for August was £8 billion. The highest on record. God knows what rate they will have to borrow at. How on earth will they clear it ?

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BBC News 24 1pm. news.

Government overdraft for August was £8 billion. The highest on record. God knows what rate they will have to borrow at. How on earth will they clear it ?

..coming to a tax increase near you, soon! :angry:

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BBC News 24 1pm. news.

Government overdraft for August was £8 billion. The highest on record. God knows what rate they will have to borrow at. How on earth will they clear it ?

It doesn't matter mate

Didn't you know?

It's official...

DEBT=WEALTH according to John McFall of the Treasury Select Committee

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Were are they going to get it, oh tax the immigrants more.

Windfall tax on Banks....er...oh no can't do that anymore, er...builders!...ah..perhaps not....er....students!...Oh no, done that..er.....pensioners!....hmmm...perhaps not....er....property!...Yes there we are, there will be a new property tax on the windfall profits we've all made from property in the last 10 years.

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Is it an all time record? Seem to recall PSBR's (Public Sector Borrowing Requirement) in excess of £12.5B in the past.

Dare say its been redefined to be almost meaningless now, like inflation measures.

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