March 19th, 2014

Was Osborne’s Budget Good for You? (Journalists’ Edition)


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    b-b-p says:

    BROKEN BRITISH POLITICS – OSBORNES BUDGET IS BETTER THAN A NOVEL
    Deficit down a 1/3 and will be down by ½ this year .The coffers will be better off by £16 Billion this year .There is a 24% Drop in the Unemployment Claimant Count last year ,”we have a record of women in work and more employment than the USA “.This budget one for Savers .
    More Cuts are expected .£157 Billion per year of borrowing will be down by £12 Billion this year and decreasing after that until we have a small surplus.£42 Billion interest payments saved meaning each family will save £2000 per household .
    “We are not returning to an Economy that the Public has to Bear” .There will be a Benefits Cap with the exception of OAP ‘s . The Rich are making the Biggest Contribution to decreasing our Debt .Income Inequality lowest in 28 years ?
    What Country was Osborne Talking about We the General Public have brought the Deficit Down through Draconian Cuts and still more to come .We have suffered through Hardship and gone without to Decrease the Deficit too quickly with the resultant cost being Death ,Poverty ,Homelessness and total Despondency .It was worth it to them because they were unaffected .
    http://brokenbritishpolitics.simplesite.com

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      Vince Cable's Rucksack says:

      Don’t be a halfwit. What would you have done?

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        b-b-p says:

        There’s only one halfwit about if you believe the figures ,why did he make a point of stating that an independent body had verified his figures

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          Emperor Palpatine says:

          By your logic, if Labour hadn’t got it so wrong (by being too generous in the first place), all that hardship and death would have happened earlier. Balance is just returning to the force and Death is just claiming what should have been his but a few years later than otherwise.

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      broderick crawford says:

      So — what s yah problem ??

      Amnesty International says the prisoners in North Korean gulags are eating snakes and salamanders to stay alive .

      The bennie dependents and single mother pramfaces don t know they re born !!

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  2. 2
    Max Clifford's Tiny Penis says:

    Takes everyone’s attention off a certain trial for a while, at least. It’s a winner from my point of view as a senior citizen and a pervert.

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    Who Gives A Flying Fuck says:

    We could, of course, have continued borrowing like there was no tomorrow and then quickly reached the point where, oddly enough, there actually would be no tomorrow!

    Ya casts yer vote and ya take the consequences…..

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    Pete from Pretoria says:

    Anyone noticed what the bad news being buried today was?

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    • 8
      broderick crawford says:

      yeah … fort Knox has ALLEGEDLY run out of gold reserves … but Moddy already buried that one yesterday .

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