Thursday, Jul 13, 2006

I wonder which way they lean?

BBC: New members for MPC

Two new members have been appointed to the Bank of England's interest rate-setting committee.
British Airways chief economist Andrew Sentance and Professor Tim Besley of the London School of Economics are to join the Monetary Policy Committee.

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1. Dadm1975 said...

Sounds ok. Good to have someone from the "real" world on board. Not sure of the background of the LSE gentlemen. Does anyone know of any political feelings of either of these?

Thursday, July 13, 2006 12:04PM Report Comment
 

2. Sloth said...

Well if they lean the wrong way I'm sure they can just have a heart attack.

Thursday, July 13, 2006 12:17PM Report Comment
 

3. Bubbles. . . . said...

New members of MPC. Am I lone voice in the wilderness crying that Gordon Brown is in the "all together" He has no money! He has the largest ever BOT(balance of trade) defecit a PSBR of unmentionable size. The highest unemployment record in REAL NUMBERS especially in manufacturnig numbers, and is furiously playing his violin as the british economy melts and burns!
Whilst telling us we have the fourth best economy in the world GOD help those worst off than us. There are no rescue boats available on the impending crisis, and every man woman and child will suffer.
Doom and gloom icebergs are ahead....But I know of no course to steer to save us, so eat drink and be merry with Gordon until the reckoning comes!
Its being so cheerful that keeps me going!!!!

Thursday, July 13, 2006 09:47PM Report Comment
 

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5. Bubbles. . . . said...

Please help us all Bill Gates.......Buy some property!!!!

Thursday, July 13, 2006 09:49PM Report Comment
 

6. The Bald Man said...

Bubbles you are not alone. Gordon's economic miracle is a total sham. A pension crisis and a huge increase in the public sector are just two of his legacies. Currently we are borrowing against our houses to keep this ship afloat. Worldwide interst rates are rising. Not looking good

Friday, July 14, 2006 08:55AM Report Comment
 

7. Gocrashgo said...

I am on an extended holiday here in China. What I found is that the affordability here is infinitely higher than in the UK. I've also noticed that people are much happier and more optimisitic here. I am very happy here because I can afford things so easily. There is no need to think too much. I wish I could live here forever. Back in England, after bills, council tax, rent, we have very little to spend in order to enjoy ourselves. I wonder why Gorden Brown thinks Britain is rich. Perhaps a limited number of people are rich the majority of us are on the poverty line. No wonder lots of young people are emigrating.

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