Friday, 23 April 2010

Cameron accuses Brown of 'lies and scare tactics' over election leaflet campaign
Gordon Brown was forced to disown Labour’s election campaign after his party was accused of publishing ‘lies and scare’ tactics about their policy on elderly people.
David Cameron angrily told the Prime Minister that he should be ‘ashamed’ of claims that the Tories would axe benefits such as free bus passes, TV licences and the winter fuel allowance.

Lib Dem’s UK immigration plan to direct migrants to Scotland
Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats immigration policy proposal for “earned citizenship” for those who have been living illegally in Britain for more than 10 years has earned support from London's mayor, Boris Johnson.

Yet, ANOTHER global warming oops moment .
At the rate the blunders and errors of global warming “science” have been revealed, you have to sooner or later wonder if these folks may be more than just dishonest. They may be just plain stupid

Hung parliament – The dangers to UK plc
Recent opinion polls, driven forward by the Clegg phenomenon, indicate that a hung Parliament is a real possibility. As such, two critical priorities for the incoming Government – cutting the UK’s horrendous public sector net borrowing (PSNB) figure and tackling the UK’s lack of base-load electricity generating capacity – will be downgraded.

Budget deficit at record £163bn
The UK has registered its biggest annual budget deficit since records began in the 1940s, as the political row over the Government finances grows more intense.

Escalating Greek default fears rock Europe's debt markets
Greece's debt crisis has reached a dramatic crescendo after the EU revealed that the country's debt and deficit figures are even worse than feared and leading banks began to talk openly of debt-restructuring.

LABOUR’S failure to crack down on crime is exposed today by figures which show violence soaring on Britain’s streets.

Google had 1,200 requests for data from British authorities
Google was asked by British authorities almost 1,200 times for information about the internet activites of individuals and companies in just six months, the search engine has disclosed.

Iran's military begins large-scale war games
Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard has begun three days of major military manoeuvres in the Gulf and Strait of Hormuz

Public Sector Debt Reaches Historic High of 62% of GDP
The latest economic statistics reveal that not only has Government borrowing soared to unprecedented levels, but also that Britain’s public sector net debt has now reached an incredible 62 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).

According to figures released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS), Britain slumped even further into the red by another £23.5 billion in March, despite Government claims that we are in “recovery.”


The Big Dollop 23 April 2010 at 19:02  

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