July 28th, 2011

Quote of the Day

The Sun mocks Cable’s “attack” on red tape…

“Way to go, Vince Cable. As the economy flatlines, the Business Secretary saves the day – by cutting regulations on the sale of chocolate liqueurs. ‘This is very radical – we are moving fast,’ declared Mr Cable as he went further by axing rules on fly spray and lowering the age for buying Christmas crackers… Thank goodness the Business Secretary didn’t do anything rash, like tackling the high taxes and red tape destroying enterprise.”


5 Comments

  1. 1
    What's this got to do with P. Morgan says:

    U R Slippin G.

  2. 2
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    Hope they didn’t hack his phone for that crap!!!

  3. 3
    Political pundit. says:

    If Vince Cable can declare the cutting of 130 ineffective regulations, then there must be another 13000 out there.
    He is awful. While I did not like Peter Mandelson’s lack of any ethical content, he certainly had more grasp of business realpolitik in his little finger than Vince has in his whole body.

  4. 4
    insertcoinhere says:

    Takes the phrase “fiddling while Rome burns” to new heights.

  5. 5
    john in cheshire says:

    Mr Cable – what a joke. Him and Mr Huhne deserve each other. Somewhere else but in our country.


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