What will Osborne Blame now?

Retail sales figures reveal depth of consumer slump The slump in retail sales in May does not bode well for GDP growth in the second quarter the implications for GDP growth in the second quarter were also likely to concern the Bank of England. "This is particularly worrying for second-quarter GDP growth prospects, given that consumer spending accounts for 65% of GDP," On another note my mum works in a charity shop and told me they are busier now than they have ever been since she started working there 5 years ago.

Asked By: Just for Laughs - 6/16/2011
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Brown is being proven right when he said "it's no time for a novice". Osborne was told time and time again that you can't cut without a plan for economic growth and that he was cutting to fast and to deep. Brown got us through the recession with low unemployment and two quarter of growth with a further forecast for... More
Answered By: Mac the Knife - 6/17/2011
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Answered By: Phoenix - 6/16/2011
speak up, I cant hear you
Answered By: Sruhhツ - 6/16/2011
As long as we have Obama bin Lyin' in the White House NOTHING IS going to get any better...and may soon get a lot worse!
Answered By: Bill No - 6/16/2011
Bode well? Is this an economic report from 1700?
Answered By: Bluestocking - 6/16/2011
If he has any sense, we might be in for another u-turn.
Answered By: Bennite - 6/16/2011
Blame? For the after effects of a recession started whilst the previous Government was in power? It's not really about blame is it? I'm sick of people trying to lay blame. Just sort out the economic milaise and ridiculous government borrowing position without trying to blame bankers and I'll be happy... More
Answered By: jonnycab - 6/16/2011
It’s finally time to blame himself.
Answered By: The Masked Neo-Con No To AV Feel My Hypnotic Power - 6/16/2011
Whatever he can come up with and make up the best lies about. That means those that are harder to disprove. Shouldn't be too hard for him as he has a lot of experience doing just that... More
Answered By: alamolicious - 6/16/2011
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