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« on: June 06, 2010, 09:08:09 pm »



Interesting comments Primax and growingly relevant as more and more of us will find out in at least the next 2 years.

Yes we all lost something because of fools running our finances in the UK banking system.
Get ready for things getting worse. If you have not tried to use a bank for borrowing since the end of last year then when you do you will be in for a shock. ALL the banks for one excuse or another do not wish to lend anymore. Instead of the salesman pitch the pitch is now how can we put you off? At this rate the country should financially implode in about 14 to 18 months unless something is done. There are lots of arguments as to how to do this. My own is ban credit cards and get cash flowing and debt stopping.

Yes as every the common working man suffered the most. There looks certain that the common man will suffer more than ever unless dramatic action is taken. The worst is yet to come, new government or not. The ball that has begun rolling will take more to stop than the alliance government can deal with. So it will be back to Labour soon hopefully. Yes hopefully because a fuse to civil war is probably our only way to force dramatic change.

Yes prices have soared upwards on many fronts. Supermarkets and multinationals may try to keep prices down but everything around is escalating including Chinas output and their squeeze on our balls. Metal prices are just one example. We have all ready had 18 months of very high scrap prices that are now growing daily. This is because at first Foreign countryís were paying to get going. Now itís because the streets have been cleared. Everyday your metal items are more desirable to the scrap people. Where will that end?

There are many M.P.s that continue their lavish expanses. Tricket is a good example. Under Petty cash mainly he claimed thousands of pounds for paper and printing equipment the year before this last general election. The printing was not all for himself but for other party members. Why should I pay for a political parties leaflets when I do not support their cause and consider it part of the reason Featherstone is still fighting out of its hole because of them?
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