Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Miracle Economy

Jobless total 'heading for record 3.5million'

The number of jobless will almost double to 3.5million over the next two years, a leading economist warns today. That would take unemployment to the highest-ever since official records began in 1971. Today's total of 1.86million is already an 11-year high. The prediction by the consultancy Capital Economics is a sign of the dire problems facing the economy over the next two years.

Posted by sovietuk @ 08:45 AM (766 views)
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3 thoughts on “Miracle Economy

  • I tried to read the article , I really did. I just kept getting side tracked by the article to the side on the perfect female bottom.

    Far more of a christmas tonic.

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  • I’m fed up with these ‘off the cuff’ predictions. It may well be true, but is just somebobody’s opinion. It’s a bit like those who claimed that at the present rate of increase, the average house will cost £2 million by 2015.

    A complete waste of time therefore IMHO.

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  • Yeah, p doff, but look on the bright side, the Mail gives you stories like this: “Probe into cosmetic surgeon who ‘powered his 4×4 with his patients’ excess flab'”. It must be the silly season — opps, I forgot. It’s *always* the silly season at the Mail.

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