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Roger Taylor: Labour's Inflation Lie

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Perhaps they should tell the people what they need to hear...

Not what they want to hear

Roger Taylor: Labour's inflation lie

Roger Taylor worked for some of the leading banks and investment houses in the City beforefounding his own hedge fund related, investment management business.

"So, the notion that the UK economic has prospered due to low inflation is a lie. Based upon that lie, the conditions have been created whereby the BOE could maintain artificially low interest rates whilst pumping massive amounts of liquidity into the financial system. The result has been the creation of a massive, debt-fuelled boom with the inflationary impact almost fraudulently masked."

Read the thread, I wish I could put it so well.

http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform...-taylor-go.html

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Perhaps they should tell the people what they need to hear...

Not what they want to hear

Read the thread, I wish I could put it so well.

http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform...-taylor-go.html

Wow! You've managed to find a pro-Conservative opinion piece on a Conservative website. That's what I admire - extensive personal research in otherwise unpromising areas.

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Wow! You've managed to find a pro-Conservative opinion piece on a Conservative website. That's what I admire - extensive personal research in otherwise unpromising areas.

You havent actually read his piece have you...?

Or engaged enough brain to spot what I was actually saying?

So, its content is something that the conservatives do not seem to be saying, but as I said in my thread perhaps they should be saying it..

So, you were 100% wrong and thought you would actually be rude to me...?

If you had turned to me after I had claimed that 2+2 were four...

And Said "ahha, but 2 + 2 area not 19 just like you said apom it is actually 7"

You would only be slightly more of a cretin...

Cretin...

:)

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Wow! You've managed to find a pro-Conservative opinion piece on a Conservative website. That's what I admire - extensive personal research in otherwise unpromising areas.

a good read indeed although it could have been copied from ths site !

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Wow! You've managed to find a pro-Conservative opinion piece on a Conservative website. That's what I admire - extensive personal research in otherwise unpromising areas.

A CPI that takes into account housing, household bills, automotive, food and clothing costs would be all that's needed if the BoE were independent and worked to their remit.

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Anyone here remember how Labour in the 1980s endlessly disputed official unemployment figures? Anyone remember the "umpteen figure fiddlings" they kept on citing?

Why then is there not at least as strong an attack now from the Tories and elsewhere re. NL's great inflation con? (Not to mention their very own unemployment con via "incapacity benefit".)

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Anyone here remember how Labour in the 1980s endlessly disputed official unemployment figures? Anyone remember the "umpteen figure fiddlings" they kept on citing?

Why then is there not at least as strong an attack now from the Tories and elsewhere re. NL's great inflation con? (Not to mention their very own unemployment con via "incapacity benefit".)

Labour own the BBC.

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Labour own the BBC.

I arrived here from New Zealand in 1998. And quite frankly I'm amazed at how little the oposition parties are shown criticising the government. It very rarely happens. It's as if the journalists of this country are more of an adversary.

In N.Z., every time the government made a decision/statement they'd announce that on the tele, and then there was a member of the oposition running down the idea.

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I arrived here from New Zealand in 1998. And quite frankly I'm amazed at how little the oposition parties are shown criticising the government. It very rarely happens. It's as if the journalists of this country are more of an adversary.

In N.Z., every time the government made a decision/statement they'd announce that on the tele, and then there was a member of the oposition running down the idea.

"I do remember... the corridors of Broadcasting House were strewn with empty champagne bottles. I'll always remember that",

Jane Garvey, BBC Five Live, May 10th, 2007, recalling May 2nd, 1997 (Zanu Labour Winning).

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