Monthly Archives: June 2010

Prime Minister’s Speech – 7th June 2010

The PM’s speech sets the scene for the measures required to cut the country’s “massive deficit and growing debt.” A deficit that equates to £22,000 for each of us…in 5 years time. In other words, if it, i.e. the deficit, is to double in 5 years as claimed, our personal load is therefore currently at £10,000. Clearly, a worrying figure, but less headline grabbing than one double that size. Anyway, that’s a diversion from the real issues the speech raises. We all know of the still recent madness perpetrated by the banks, and the PM calls this, “the success of… Read more
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