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8 December 2012
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Yes, the Bonsai Tree symbolises Japan’s lost decade of negative growth
– The Osborne Tree is an estimate of how much worse Britain’s economic prospects will be.
And then we move to the Balls Redwood
More like the typhoid Mary or King Midas in reverse of economics.
Hmmm….why were his GDP figures better on a lower debt then?
hmm, idiot alert. that fiscal terrorist and his fatwah against the country was all a lie.
get over it, Balls is insidious and will NEVER be taken seriously again.
Or there will be blood
On his past record Balls is to the economy what disease is to the Ash and Elm.
I’m glad that you finally recognise the giant conservative charisma of John Redwood who we look forward to leading us into Growth we can believe in.
I said Redwood not deadwood
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