Saturday, April 18, 2009

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"Mad on borrowing"

Is an anagram of the phrase "I am Gordon Brown".

Gordon Brown, when he was chancellor of the exchequer used to have a rule that Britain's overall debt - should not exceed 40% of Gross Domestic Product. That has already been abandoned and some estimates say that our Net Debt could rise to nearly 80% of GDP over the coming year.

On Wednesday Alistair Darling has to have something more than a rabbit in his hat, – an empty Red Box on the doorstep of Number 11 is just not going to work.

But hey, what's this; Gordon Brown's, Downing street spinners have already briefed the Labourgraph that the Royal Mint, the Met Office and the property portfolio of British Waterways will be up for grabs.


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