March 7th, 2013

Vicky Pryce Speaks

As the second jury continues to deliberate, Vicky Pryce has spoken out today…giving City AM a comment on quantitative easing:

“Hold but be ready for more quantitative easing once forthcoming Budget measures are analysed and current trends become clearer. A more upbeat performance in the service sector contrasts with poorer manufacturing and construction data and weak lending figures.”

Nice of her to take time out of her busy schedule…


47 Comments

  1. 1
    Chris Hunhe says:

    First

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  2. 2
    Disinterested Bystander says:

    How can 12 people – let’s generously assume average IQ of 100 – take SO long on a case SO simple? It is c*mpl*t*ly bl**dy f*ck*ing ridiculous.

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    • 11
      Jury Retired says:

      12 Imports strong and true

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    • 33
      Anonymous says:

      Did you really not know?
      You must be a Tory.

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    • 39
      Good man and true says:

      When I did jury service we all sat round reading books until selected to be on a case.
      That is, most of us did. Some people just sat there with no books and I was told that these were the people who couldn’t read.
      Raised my confidence in British jnustice no end, I can tell you.

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  3. 3
    Darth Murdoch says:

    She’ll have plenty of time to write about QE when she’s inside.

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    • 27
      Norman Stanley Huhne says:

      The big Lezzie in “H” wing will give you some Quantitive Easing, for half an ounce of snout!

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  4. 6
    EU Watch says:

    Maybe want to think twice before flying to Spain for a holiday:

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  5. 7
    John Prescott says:

    My bowels need easing after that double extra chilli burrito with onions.

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  6. 8
    the poor bloody tax-payer says:

    and how nice of her to state the bloody obvious!

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  7. 9
    Mitch says:

    The Service Sector is all we’ve got now?

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    • 14
      Call me Dave says:

      The service industry is a very important and critical part of our economy.

      In fact we will be running more campaigns telling householders of the benefit of wheelie bin sanitisation services to help to kick start the economy.

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      • 26
        Mainstream media lackey says:

        Britain’s ‘powerhouse sevices sector’, a.k.a. hairdressers and coffee shops.

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        • 29
          RetardEd Miltwat,Second guesse aftre the event, unelected glove puppet and fall guy for losing, 2015 says:

          Yeth, and everwy one knowth that ve Labour Party don’t like people doing any work, becauthe the more workthy, poor and fwitened people we can create through our polithies of dethtructhion and purthuit of dithpair, ve more voteth we get!!

          Itth bloody GENIUTH!!!

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  8. 15
    Leslie Crowther says:

    Come on down! The Pryce is shite!

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  9. 17
    Tom Watson says:

    I do quantitative easing every time I fart.

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  10. 18
    EU Watch says:

    Apparently a protest in Greece against the arrest of some people who were suspected of involvement in an arson attack on Hell@s Gold mining corp offices was broken up with tear gas rounds. A 15 y/o was hit in the head by one.

    http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_1_07/03/2013_486236

    NB: The Greek police have been using photoshop on press release photo’s of suspects to cover up some of the abuse which is going on once they take people into custody.

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  11. 20
    Judy Moody Blues says:

    I’d rather be a sparrow than a snail.

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  12. 24
    jd says:

    Hiw curious she’s pro more borrowing and ZIRP, given she and Chris own 7 or 8 homes. How many mortgaged?

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  13. 28
    Helpful says:

    Given that Huhne admitted getting someone else to take points that would have otherwise resulted in him being banned: does it mean that his car insurance was consequently invalid? Does it mean that he becomes retrospectively liable for any claims that he or others made during the intervening period? Could he now be prosecuted for driving without a valid driving license or car insurance?

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  14. 31

    How can this get spun out for quite so long, for fecks sake! What is wrong with this people.

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  15. 34
    Anonymous says:

    Don’t think I’ll bother taking any advice about anything from this woman.

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  16. 40
    A Locum-Juror says:

    Guilty.

    As soon as 11 others agree – off to Holloway.

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  17. 41
    A Sheffield voter says:

    My husband forced me to vote for Nick Clegg at the last election.

    Should my vote count ?

    If not – can his majority be reduced by one please ?

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  18. 42
    Blimey says:

    Just been found guilty.

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  19. 43
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    This Government spends some 45per cent of my money and I do not know what the hell is going on with regard to monetary policy.

    One day we are told we are having QE . The next we are told QE is not working . Then we are told it is back on the agenda .

    Today we are told the BOE is considering unexplained “radical options” .

    If I was cynical I would say the first radical option would involve a finger and a certain part of the anatomy .

    A more reasoned position would be to get the hell out of sterling .

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  20. 46
    Sheikh Bashar Banka says:

    That Lord Oakshit has suddenly gone quiet.

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