24 April 2009
The government is about rack up a truly enormous debt. Which in the normal course of events we'll be paying off for years.

Wouldn't it just be easier for David Cameron to say that a future Conservative government won't pay it? Because if he said that right now (and loudly enough) no one in their right mind would buy the government's debt and the problem would disappear in an instant.

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  1. I like it.  It would be worth it just to see all the self-righteous hand-wringing that would ensue.

    Posted by Rob Fisher on 27 April 2009 at 11:50am

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