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Place blame where blame is due. US subprime mortgages led to the collapse of some very major investment banks and led to some countries being on the verge of bankruptcy. We have seen what happens when people invest unwisely and have to be bailed out. Alas it means the UK's £1.4 trillion debt is very very real and this means ALL PUBLIC SECTOR funding is being slashed and if possible privatised to relieve the government financial burden to keep this country from financially imploding. I wouldn't want the Treasurer's job of trying to balance the books in a socialist country supporting the EU and a nanny state! And I wouldn't want to continue to be a worker paying 40% income tax on income over £32k to support a welfare state or contributing extra into a NHS pension to refill the empty pot. Just my opinion.

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29 May 2014

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