Balls's Reliance On Double Dip Destroyed

Blinky BallsThe UK economy grew by 0.5% in the first three months of the year, reducing the risk of a double-dip recession. Reacting to the  fact that his doomsday scenario hasn’t quite come true, Ed Balls said Cameron was “patronising, sexist, insulting and un-prime ministerial and he certainly should apologise.” Back to the drawing board for a Ballsian economic theory.




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