Britain’s most respected budgetary think tank has turned its slide rule over the spending and taxation proposals of each of the major parties. There are three vast black holes – one in each of the party’s proposals. All the parties have announced plans to return the economy to balance by 2015/2016. The Institute for Fiscal Studies says that 87 per cent of the Labour government’s plans for cuts in public spending or tax rises have not been revealed. It says that 82 per cent of the Tory plans are unexplained and 74.1 per cent of the Lib Dems. This is the bit of this election campaign that none of the major parties want to talk about.
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Paying it back after being found out, legitimises this person to negotiate the outcome of the next government?
If you believe that then you’d believe that Leeches suck only vegetable sap.
Think. Vote judiciously.
theindependent — 22 April 2010 — YouTube won’t decide this election. You will. The truth behind the UK general election, the leaders debates, the Labour Party, the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats – The Independent. Truth matters.
The Black Hats in the World Bank, the IMF, the BIS, Congress, the Federal Reserve,the Bilderbergers, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, the corrupt judicial system, the corrupt police system, NORTHCOM, NORAD, CIA, FBI, etc.
Steve Beckow has written without fear or favour and therefore a very powerful attack on Global Toxic Behaviours.
Swami Ramdev plans to do for the body politic what he has already done to the country’s creaky physiques: whip it into shape. He announced last month that he would found a political party that would field candidates for each of the 543 parliamentary seats in India’s next general election in 2014.
“What the people need is honest, brave and responsible leadership,” he said in an interview.
Can Britain do with a people’s champion like Baba Ramdev?
But the trouble with the TV debates, he argues, is that it will “confuse” the public into believing that they are voting for a leader, as in the US presidential system, when in fact what they are voting for on 6 May is an MP.
Mr Bell is also quick to point out that that the Independent Network is not setting itself up as the ultimate arbiter of moral probity at this election.
“There a lot of good candidates not endorsed by the Independent Network.
Cable weighs into Clarke – saying he’s ‘scaremongering’ over IMF- it makes for firey Chancellor’s debate on BBC 2, 2.15 this afternoon. 4 mins to go.