Friday, Dec 01, 2006

MPC need more time with family (but no less money).

The times: MPC is meeting too often, says Deputy Bank chief

Ms Lomax won the backing of members of the Commons Treasury Committee as well as of a previous MPC member, who called for the rate-setters to meet only eight times a year, on the pattern of the US Federal Reserve. After all they have done so well.

Posted by holding out @ 09:23 AM (566 views)
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1. paul said...

Well I have to agree. I think we're all going to work far too often. For goodness sakes, they get pais 130,000 for turning up ONCE A MONTH.

Well, so much shopping to do and so little time. What's a girl to do I guess.

Presumably, they would be working for half the pay?

Friday, December 1, 2006 11:34AM Report Comment
 

2. Cstanhope707 said...

Paul

I think you would be hoping for too much to expect them to get half the money for doing half the work if you could call it work.

You see the low level of inteligence and ignorance of a large portion of the British Sheeple, means that they can get away with this and they will. UK PLC seems to get more upset about Big Brother evictions.

Think your mad now just wait until it all goes wrong and the BEED, DE and other VI Media will scream to help the poor sheeple who were so misled....

Saturday, December 2, 2006 11:57AM Report Comment
 

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