DAVE (CONVENIENTLY) 'FINDS' ANOTHER BILLION

DAVE (CONVENIENTLY) 'FINDS' ANOTHER BILLION

Postby Cannydc » Tue Nov 01, 2011 7:16 am

Dave says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations

Well found, Sir !! And an idea I suggested over a year ago - I wonder what changed your mind ?

However, the portents are bleak.

Experts at the Centre for Economic and Business Research said unemployment was set to rise in all but three regions of Britain.

Some of the largest rises were likely to be in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the North East.

A poll by Ipsos Mori for the Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, also suggests that a third of Britons are cutting back their spending.


So Dave is sticking another billion on red. Let's hope the wheel is with him for once...
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Re: DAVE (CONVENIENTLY) 'FINDS' ANOTHER BILLION

Postby peacetoff » Tue Nov 01, 2011 8:04 am

lets hope it succeeds..forcasts are bleak http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/ne ... onomy.html
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Re: DAVE (CONVENIENTLY) 'FINDS' ANOTHER BILLION

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 10:57 am

Too little, too late
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Postby The Dave & Nick show » Tue Nov 01, 2011 11:30 am

Cannydc wrote:Dave says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations

Well found, Sir !! And an idea I suggested over a year ago - I wonder what changed your mind ?

However, the portents are bleak.

Experts at the Centre for Economic and Business Research said unemployment was set to rise in all but three regions of Britain.

Some of the largest rises were likely to be in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the North East.

A poll by Ipsos Mori for the Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, also suggests that a third of Britons are cutting back their spending.


So Dave is sticking another billion on red. Let's hope the wheel is with him for once...


"Best of luck there is no money left" was the state of the treasury when we took over Liebours disastrous handling of the public purse but through getting rid of their £100k a year limousine fleet,first class air and rail fares and other such austerity measures we have saved money to invest back in the people.

We dont believe in splashing the publics money on ourselves and choose instead to invest in our people,unlike Liebour.

No government ever has inherited such a mess and we are doing our best for the people and all the while the to55ers who caused this mess sit on the benches opposite and continue to suggest we use their policies?

Excuse the hell out of us but their policies are the reason we are in this awful mess.

Hypocrites! Red means danger ,Liebour spells danger.

Remember that britons.
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Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 11:38 am

Guest wrote:Too little, too late


Very difficult to find a billion when liebour leave the country 900+Billion in the red :cuppaT:
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Re: DAVE (CONVENIENTLY) 'FINDS' ANOTHER BILLION

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 11:42 am

Cannydc wrote:Dave says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations

Well found, Sir !! And an idea I suggested over a year ago - I wonder what changed your mind ?

However, the portents are bleak.

Experts at the Centre for Economic and Business Research said unemployment was set to rise in all but three regions of Britain.

Some of the largest rises were likely to be in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the North East.

A poll by Ipsos Mori for the Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, also suggests that a third of Britons are cutting back their spending.


So Dave is sticking another billion on red. Let's hope the wheel is with him for once...


Given Liebour left us disastrously in the red it is a miracle that the coalition have managed to conjure up this money presumably saved from austerity measures.
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Postby You hypocrite canny! » Tue Nov 01, 2011 12:00 pm

Cannydc wrote:Dave says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations

Well found, Sir !! And an idea I suggested over a year ago - I wonder what changed your mind ?

However, the portents are bleak.

Experts at the Centre for Economic and Business Research said unemployment was set to rise in all but three regions of Britain.

Some of the largest rises were likely to be in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the North East.

A poll by Ipsos Mori for the Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, also suggests that a third of Britons are cutting back their spending.


So Dave is sticking another billion on red. Let's hope the wheel is with him for once...


You damned hypocrite!

Who caused this bloody mess?

And dont come out with the usual world wide slump crap because all economists agree that labour profligacy and failure to save for a rainy day led to massive overspending and out of control borrowing so when the crash came we were fucked.

You have a memory like a goldfish.
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Postby Verum » Tue Nov 01, 2011 12:33 pm

You hypocrite canny! wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Dave says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations

Well found, Sir !! And an idea I suggested over a year ago - I wonder what changed your mind ?

However, the portents are bleak.

Experts at the Centre for Economic and Business Research said unemployment was set to rise in all but three regions of Britain.

Some of the largest rises were likely to be in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the North East.

A poll by Ipsos Mori for the Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, also suggests that a third of Britons are cutting back their spending.


So Dave is sticking another billion on red. Let's hope the wheel is with him for once...


You damned hypocrite!

Who caused this bloody mess?

And dont come out with the usual world wide slump crap because all economists agree that labour profligacy and failure to save for a rainy day led to massive overspending and out of control borrowing so when the crash came we were fucked.

You have a memory like a goldfish.


So if it's not a world wide slump then Britain must be the only country in trouble, yes?

(And to think you cite goldfish when abusing others, LOL!)
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Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 12:48 pm

Verum wrote:
You hypocrite canny! wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Dave says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations

Well found, Sir !! And an idea I suggested over a year ago - I wonder what changed your mind ?

However, the portents are bleak.

Experts at the Centre for Economic and Business Research said unemployment was set to rise in all but three regions of Britain.

Some of the largest rises were likely to be in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the North East.

A poll by Ipsos Mori for the Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, also suggests that a third of Britons are cutting back their spending.


So Dave is sticking another billion on red. Let's hope the wheel is with him for once...


You damned hypocrite!

Who caused this bloody mess?

And dont come out with the usual world wide slump crap because all economists agree that labour profligacy and failure to save for a rainy day led to massive overspending and out of control borrowing so when the crash came we were fucked.

You have a memory like a goldfish.


So if it's not a world wide slump then Britain must be the only country in trouble, yes?

(And to think you cite goldfish when abusing others, LOL!)


"In 1997 Labour inherited a budget that was actually in balance. After a painful and turbulent decade under the Tories, the public finances had finally been brought under control. But after four years in office Gordon Brown took out the country's credit card and let rip. By the end of 2009-10 our annual deficit had ballooned to £170.8 billion."

As the graph shows, the budget was barely in surplus for more than a few years. We've been maxing out a new credit card almost every year, even in the good times. If a company were run like this, it would have long been declared bankrupt. So how much longer can we defy financial gravity? Well, we're about to find out.

http://www.debtbombshell.com/britains-b ... eficit.htm

No goldfish for you phytoplankton. :cuppaT:

Spendthrift profligacy meanty that even in a boom Liebour maxed out the countrys credit cards,raided pensions and sold gold and so when the crash came we were fucked.

Enjoy living in denial and lying through your teeth for Liebour. :cuppaT:
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Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 1:12 pm

The Dave & Nick show wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Dave says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations

Well found, Sir !! And an idea I suggested over a year ago - I wonder what changed your mind ?

However, the portents are bleak.

Experts at the Centre for Economic and Business Research said unemployment was set to rise in all but three regions of Britain.

Some of the largest rises were likely to be in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the North East.

A poll by Ipsos Mori for the Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, also suggests that a third of Britons are cutting back their spending.


So Dave is sticking another billion on red. Let's hope the wheel is with him for once...


"Best of luck there is no money left" was the state of the treasury when we took over Liebours disastrous handling of the public purse but through getting rid of their £100k a year limousine fleet,first class air and rail fares and other such austerity measures we have saved money to invest back in the people.

We dont believe in splashing the publics money on ourselves and choose instead to invest in our people,unlike Liebour.

No government ever has inherited such a mess and we are doing our best for the people and all the while the to55ers who caused this mess sit on the benches opposite and continue to suggest we use their policies?

Excuse the hell out of us but their policies are the reason we are in this awful mess.

Hypocrites! Red means danger ,Liebour spells danger.

Remember that britons.


The bit in bold hasn't happened and Labour invested over 1 trillion in people in their 13 years in charge. Where do you get your info from?> The Daily look at our new corrections page Mail? We were left with the worst ever deficit in 1997 by your party. Who's that again? Who lost over 100 Billion in a week on the ERM in 1992? Labour was it? Who sold off all the family silver for a pathetic pittance, like British Rail sold for 3% of its true value? Labour was it? You are a freak thinking the Tories are better than Labour and it has been shown in the last 18 months how hopeless they all are.
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Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 1:15 pm

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Verum wrote:
You hypocrite canny! wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Dave says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations

Well found, Sir !! And an idea I suggested over a year ago - I wonder what changed your mind ?

However, the portents are bleak.

Experts at the Centre for Economic and Business Research said unemployment was set to rise in all but three regions of Britain.

Some of the largest rises were likely to be in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the North East.

A poll by Ipsos Mori for the Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, also suggests that a third of Britons are cutting back their spending.


So Dave is sticking another billion on red. Let's hope the wheel is with him for once...


You damned hypocrite!

Who caused this bloody mess?

And dont come out with the usual world wide slump crap because all economists agree that labour profligacy and failure to save for a rainy day led to massive overspending and out of control borrowing so when the crash came we were fucked.

You have a memory like a goldfish.


So if it's not a world wide slump then Britain must be the only country in trouble, yes?

(And to think you cite goldfish when abusing others, LOL!)


"In 1997 Labour inherited a budget that was actually in balance. After a painful and turbulent decade under the Tories, the public finances had finally been brought under control. But after four years in office Gordon Brown took out the country's credit card and let rip. By the end of 2009-10 our annual deficit had ballooned to £170.8 billion."

As the graph shows, the budget was barely in surplus for more than a few years. We've been maxing out a new credit card almost every year, even in the good times. If a company were run like this, it would have long been declared bankrupt. So how much longer can we defy financial gravity? Well, we're about to find out.

http://www.debtbombshell.com/britains-b ... eficit.htm

No goldfish for you phytoplankton. :cuppaT:

Spendthrift profligacy meanty that even in a boom Liebour maxed out the countrys credit cards,raided pensions and sold gold and so when the crash came we were fucked.

Enjoy living in denial and lying through your teeth for Liebour. :cuppaT:


A 400 Billion debt is in balance? :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

Is that blog part of a Care in the Community project? :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

We were in such a state even the Daily Mail said vote Labour :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

That's how fucked we were.
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Postby Cannydc » Tue Nov 01, 2011 1:51 pm

And the reality ?

Labour inherited a country whose infrastructure was wrecked.

The family silver sold off.

The National debt at an all time high.

And for 10 years, they REDUCED the debt as a proportion of GDP, from 41% to 38%.

They gave us stability, in the form of low interest rates, low inflation, steady solid growth.

While REPAIRING the 'roof' that the Tories had so shamefully neglected. Schools. Hospitals. Police. Roads....

It amazes me that any Tory can look back on their 18 years of misrule, sleaze and disaster without curling up in utter shame.
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Re: DAVE (CONVENIENTLY) 'FINDS' ANOTHER BILLION

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2011 1:56 pm

Cannydc wrote:And the reality ?

Labour inherited a country whose infrastructure was wrecked.

The family silver sold off.

The National debt at an all time high.

And for 10 years, they REDUCED the debt as a proportion of GDP, from 41% to 38%.

They gave us stability, in the form of low interest rates, low inflation, steady solid growth.

While REPAIRING the 'roof' that the Tories had so shamefully neglected. Schools. Hospitals. Police. Roads....

It amazes me that any Tory can look back on their 18 years of misrule, sleaze and disaster without curling up in utter shame.


But the cunts still voted for such a party that almost destroyed this country. Just goes to show that there is an argument for political intelligence tests to see who can vote or not
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Postby Maggie » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:15 pm

"it was Gordon Brown who put out the welcome mat to flight capital from around the globe; Gordon Brown who, in exchange for a little stealthy redistribution around the edges (more money for schools and hospitals, a minimum wage), promised to keep taxes low and lionized speculators. And it was Gordon Brown who arranged for "Fred the Shred" Goodwin, the slash-and-burn chair of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), to become "Sir Fred." During his ten years as Tony Blair's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Brown was only too happy to take the credit as British bankers, encouraged by New Labour's "light touch" approach to financial regulation, stuffed their pockets with cash, bidding up the price of everything from vintage Bollinger to the gas-guzzling SUVs known here as Chelsea tractors. Speaking to an audience of fund managers in June 2007, Brown was in typically flattering mode, saluting their "remarkable achievements, an era that history will record as the beginning of a new golden age for the City of London."

Now that the party is over, the flight capital has fled and Goodwin has resigned in disgrace (the taxpayers have had to stump up £20 billion to keep RBS afloat), it is hardly surprising that an increasingly desperate public blames Brown for its troubles. The Bank of England, which cut interest rates to 1 percent in early February--the lowest level in more than 300 years--may prefer to say that the economy "is in the throes of a severe and synchronized downturn." But with monetary policy running out of runway, the pound trading at record lows against the yen and the dollar, and unemployment above 6 percent and rising fast, the controversy over what to call the country's financial crisis has become less interesting, and less frightening, than another far more stark question: is Britain too big to fail?

Crispin Odey, a hedge-fund boss whose prescience about the weakness of British banks brought him a £28 million bonus last year, observed that Britain risks "being exposed as a small country with debt it cannot repay." Investment guru Jim Rogers, former partner of George Soros, was even more blunt. "Sell any sterling you might
have," Rogers told Bloomberg. "It's finished. I hate to say it, but I would not put any money in the UK."

http://www.thenation.com/article/britai ... discontent :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

Liebour are dangerous.
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Postby Verum » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:41 pm

So "Maggie" (what a prat) everywhere but Britain is financially sound, yes?
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