3 October 2011

Our salvation from economic misery at work

Firstly this 'help for small businesses' is an appalling idea, it effectively tells banks that you can lend money to whoever you want if it goes wrong the state will bail you out. As if that's never went wrong before. And apparently Osborne "attempted to align the Conservatives with middle Britain by extending a council tax freeze for a second year, saving a typical family £72 a year." Except that the VAT rise will cost families £448 - £525 (depending on who adds up) a year.

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