From the TUC

Cuts: Osborne hints at deeper public finance mess

16 May 2010, by Guest in Economics

It was predictable that Osborne would claim to have found further cases of fiscal irresponsibility once he got in to No.11.  But given that the Tories have spent the last year or more telling us that the markets are on the brink of ramping up interest rates to compensate for the higher risks of UK debt, surely these comments are deeply irresponsible and will only damage the economy further.  Or maybe they don’t really think the markets are that concerned.

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  3. Michael Flynn
    May 17th 2010, 12:27 pm

    Its possibly just Georgie Boy reading the books wrong. He has never been that great with figures, love him. The most ingenuity he has shown was by ‘flipping’ his two houses to make huge savings on Capitol gains tax.