July 25th, 2012


5 Comments

  1. 1
    retardEd Miliband says:

    Authterity ith wrong! There ith another way, comradeth!

    Although, to be honetht, I have abtholutely no idea what that other way ith.

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  2. 2
    euro meltdown says:

    Which is why we want a referendum.

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  3. 3
    BBC Mong says:

    We need to SPEND! SPEND! SPEND!

    Put up taxes (well not ours obviously) and SPEND away

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  4. 4
    M says:

    If you look at it in reality the so called boom never really happened .
    Because what was spent then still has to be paid now .
    So 13 years of labour credit and 13 of paying it back ,

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  5. 5
    ed martin says:

    we ain’t seen nothing yet

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