Manipulation of figures and stats is a business in it`s self...
A family maybe rich, and people think the wife is well off .... but if the husband only lets the wife have £25 a week to live on and he has the rest.. of say £500 a week... what would seem ok from outside can be misleading..
Likewise with government statistics......Manipulated can hide a few home truths... of true reality... When trying to stay in power... So long as it looks good... the man once said...
Nothing in life is now.. Black or White... BUT .. Many shades of GREY. ..That's the ... Quote of the day...
6% has been under discussion . As you say doubt if Carney would risk raising interest rates until income levels are showing sufficient growth . The last thing he'll want is the banks incurring even more debt , especially with RBS becoming much more retail orientated . Wouldn't do the government much good if they had to pump in more money to keep it afloat before the election. .
Thank you very much for the figures... interesting...
That said I would think that being an overall general figure .. some areas will have different percentages..
But good to see it appears better than has been reported the past 6 months in the media... Great Yarmouth very much under pressure regarding jobs... 30 plus empty shops does not help ...or lack of shoppers in the marketplace...in general plenty of parking spaces is a good indication... of reality..
These are figures from the ONS today showing the breakdown between full-time and part-time. Good to see full-time work increasing faster than part-time. The number of men working full-time, increased by 127,000 to reach 13.99 million. The number of men working part-time, increased by 49,000 to reach 2.17 million. The number of women working full-time increased by 94,000 to reach 8.06 million. The number of women working part-time increased by 10,000 to reach 5.94 million.
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