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Monday, 26 April 2010

Obvious statements part94.

The next government will have to cut public sector pay, freeze benefits, slash jobs, abolish a range of welfare entitlements and take the axe to programmes such as school building and road maintenance – or make a set of equally politically perilous choices, according to an analysis by the Financial Times.

Wow, those chaps at the other pink paper don't miss a trick.

The government could also borrow its way to oblivion, devalue the currency until it is worthless or any other reckless ideas. The only way they could get away with it would be to reduce accountability through voting "reform".

1 comment:

Demetrius said...

Gosh, Wow, who would have thought of it. I blame all those people who, unlike the FT, suggested figures could go downward as well as upward. The FT must have discovered Google.