Spot the Student, it’s funny reallyHazel used students during the Election,the trick is they knock on the door and ask the resident would you like to meet Hazel,if the Resident says yes they shout her,one day they got a resident who was anti Labour and started on the student when he turned round hazel had legged it,i still laugh today. If they knock tell them you don’t talk to doorstep salesman.
Said Cllr Derek Antrobus of the scheme “The savings we make will be match the extra costs involved in borrowing. We’ve got to stop thinking of borrowing as a debt for the future but as investment in the future.”
Shame Councillor Antrobus did not fight to get a sensible level of investment during the good times when labour were splashing the money around. Instead we have a pot hole ridden shell across the city some roads resemble a third world country. Labours failings are there for us all to see.
But borrowing is not a debt!! i thought that was why we were in the mess we find our selves in due to the New Labour Government.And these are the people who run our city.
Going private by the back door?of course it is,these plans would be a disaster for us all. It will not work Doctors should be allowed to do the job they where trained to do they will have no alternatives but to get in private companies who will run on profit alone.It’s the Tory way and with their partners the Liberal Democrats they can see a way of putting it in to practice. In a modern Britain where people are buying their glasses from Pound shops and can’t find a dentist even if they could afford one we are turning into a mini Russia.God help us all.
Some of the UK’s most prominent business leaders, including individuals who gave their personal stamp of approval to the chancellor’s aggressive spending cuts, have said they have growing concerns about the state of the economy, warning of weak growth and rising inflation ahead.
Archie Norman, the former Tory MP who now chairs ITV, said the government’s growth targets were too optimistic. The former Asda boss Andy Bond, Carphone Warehouse founder Charles Dunstone, Tory peer Lord Wolfson, who runs Next, and Yell chairman Bob Wigley predicted tough times ahead as soaring inflation dents consumer spending power, Bond expressed doubt about the ability of the private sector to create as many jobs as hoped. “I don’t think the private sector is going to be able to pick up the slack in this climate,” he said.