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Does anyone remember the Labour election poster from a few years back? It featured a picture of William Hague and another Tory Politician (cant remember who), trumpeted that, under Labour, there would be no more boom and bust and had the caption, Mr Boom and Mr Bust.

Any chance that someone here could dig it out and replace the faces with those of Brown and Darling?

It would make my week.

Thanks

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Does anyone remember the Labour election poster from a few years back? It featured a picture of William Hague and another Tory Politician (cant remember who), trumpeted that, under Labour, there would be no more boom and bust and had the caption, Mr Boom and Mr Bust.

Any chance that someone here could dig it out and replace the faces with those of Brown and Darling?

It would make my week.

Thanks

In the last GE labour had a campaign poster that was plastered around London that literally trumpeted high house prices, saying something like "highest ever house prices" I've tried to find an image of it on the web but had no luck, but it definately wasn't my imagination, does anyone else remember it?

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The thing is its the Americans fault, something he had no control over.

America insisted that UK follow its lead and lower interest rates and fire up a debt fuelled economic boom.

If the Bank of England can agree to take SubPrime Mortgages and bad debtors off the banks hands, the this problem will simply go away and people can return to the normality of borrowing money to live.

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I only wish people had remembered - then we wouldn't have got into this mess.

The funny thing is that Labour still believe that poster. They can't believe that this could happen with low interest rates. They really are that stupid! <_<

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