January 25th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Ed Balls on his predictions

“I said I didn’t think a double dip recession was the most likely outcome and that turned out to be more optimistic than the reality. I don’t think a triple-dip recession is the most likely outcome.”


6 Comments

  1. 1
    me says:

    Are we really berating Balls for not predicting how bad Osborne’s plan is?

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  2. 2

    What about the odds on a quadruple dip Ed ? Taking bets now

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  3. 3
    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    He did not predict the utter ruination that the Blair/Brown Terror unleashed on this country either.

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    • 5
      Anonymous says:

      Its frighteneing that the opposition have such no hopers on their front bench,you have to wonder at the motivation of Labour grandees allowing the farce to continue.

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  4. 6
    Viv Dean says:

    ponsible for the appalling mess labour left this country in, I’d be keeping quiet….

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