March 7th, 2012


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  1. 1
    JC says:

    Peston should be shot in front of his comrades

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  2. 2
    Stinkfinger says:

    According to Peston Iceland banks look a bit shaky.Best pull your money out now.

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    another left wing labour loving groupie,forget the real problems the UK faces lets create our own just to cause problems for the goverment.Wankerrrrr

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  4. 4
    alltheworldexplained says:

    a ‘scoop’ is liverpuddlian for a drink

    perhaps a ‘peston’ is a pint well beyond its best ‘before’

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    Glyn H says:

    His father is a wrong’un too! One of the 364 who were spectacularly wrong in their letter to The Times in 1981 condemning the Waters/Howe budget that laid the ground for 15 years of prosperity until Brown wrecked it. (Mervyn King was another but somehow sailed on). What is it about lefty economists that they never get exposed as fellow travelling duffers?

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    Pundit Too says:

    Seems to me the BBC have come up with last year’s news and tried to make it sound original to suit their agenda.
    They are crediting both St. Vince of Uncable and Millipede with the idea of a government bank lending to industry.
    Beeboids seem to be subject to non-retentive memory syndrome as this idea was put forward over 12 months ago, but no party or major figure believed it desirable. Seems the learning curve in our political and media classes is getting ever longer.

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