As I remember it Labour under that well worn red flag saved this and a few other banks amid screams from tories to let them go to the wall. All those that had shares in those banks should fall on bended knees and thank Mr Darling and Mr Brown for without there prompt actions we would all now be staring at a blank screen and wondering what if.
Give me the Red Flag every time over the sperm of Thatcher and the cronies that cried for the demise of this bank.
Yes it's rather worrying that people are making their minds up about who to vote for at next years election based on being totally oblivious to what's been going on at Westminster and that's from posters on here who you would expect to be better informed so what hope have we got when it comes to the general public many of whom probably base their voting on what they read in the tabloids rather than taking the time to really understand what's been happening both politically / economically and what might be the consequences if they vote for Red Ed who will take this country back to the Neil Kinnock era - god help us all !!
I remember the Tories promising just before the General Election in May 2010 that they would raise the threshold at which an Estate becomes liable for IHT (Inheritance Tax) up to £1 million. In fact they did nothing of the sort, not even raising it to take inflation into account. It has been at £325,000 for a number of years now. You know when a politician is lying...his lips move.
Hi all these comments about the UK Governent and what they have done to the UK economy,Who voted for them,? Not me,I have been a life long supporter of the Tories,Not any more,I have met I,D.Smith before the last election,we shook hands,he promised me what the Tories would do if they won the last election,he must have been drunk? still waiting for the UK Government to fullfill their Promises.
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