state of the UK economy

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state of the UK economy

Post: #255349 southeast-isher
Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:58 pm

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Re: state of the UK economy

Post: #255376 MKG
Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:51 pm

Jonathon - a Scot - would be better served, methinks, by not sampling so generously his national drink before going on air.

At least (for fear of legal action) that's how it sounds to me.

An economist telling us to tell the banks (which we've spent so much money bailing out) to sod off is remarkable, and would make Gordon Brown shudder ... oh, hang on, isn't Gordon a Scottish economist too?

Ah - well that explains everything.

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Re: state of the UK economy

Post: #255382 trinder
Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:42 am

We went to the theatre tonight (birthday treat) saw "yes Minister" hilariously funny in a really Not funny way.
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Re: state of the UK economy

Post: #255396 Green Aura
Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:10 am

There was a great play on Radio 4 yesterday - The Great Squanderland Roof, which clearly explained the state of the economy and how we got there - and was hilarious to boot.

As for your man, Jonathon, after listening to SEIs link I looked him up on You Tube and listened to George Galloway interviewing him - hilarious. :lol:

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