Wednesday, Oct 04, 2006

Voters counting cost of the spiralling debt burden that has driven the economy throughout Brown's tenure

Firstrung: Britain is more in debt than ever before, sinking in a sea of red ink

The chancellor's unpopularity with voters is rooted in the spiralling personal debt caused by his economic policies, argues Graham Turner.
Gordon Brown is no longer seen as the automatic choice to succeed Tony Blair. That may seem puzzling. The prime minister routinely lauds his neighbour as Britain's best ever chancellor, and yet fails to endorse his succession.

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1. the bald man said...

When will everyone see that the only legacy of crash Gordan is a mountain of debt, high taxes and an ever increasing cost of beauracrats.

Wednesday, October 4, 2006 01:31PM Report Comment

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