Thursday, October 14, 2010
Move along – just a slip of the tongue you know
The global economy is in "grave danger of financial collapse" and the crisis is the "worst in living memory," Kenneth Clarke has said. A spokesman for the department then said Mr Clarke did not mean Britain's economy was in grave danger. "He was referring to the weaknesses in the global economy, and the importance of reducing the UK deficit so that this country is less exposed to the dangers of global economic shocks,"