Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Local MEP Chris Davies has written an excellent piece on the economic situation we find ourselves in:


As a taxi driver said to me recently: “If someone’s sick in the back of my cab I don’t blame the person who has to get out the mop and bucket.”


Most people know that the country is in a very bad situation. But I don’t think many of them realise just how bad things are, or how much worse they could get if the Government gets the strategy
wrong.

The whole article is woth reading and that to the Disgruntled Radical for  drawing my attention to it..

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