The British Exit from the European Union brings with it all manner of difficulties, that we suspect David Cameron would not have thought about too much before he bluffed and was called out by the electorate as the less informed saw a dim chance to relive the fallen Empire for a brief flicker of the dead candle flame. He must surely go down as one of the all time fools in British politics for costing us so much for so little gain. It's a good job he was not in charge of Bomber Command during the Second World War.
20 2022 - Analytical estimates based on the performance of other EU nations,
reveal that Brexit has cost the UK a staggering £33bn in lost trade and investment, according to a new study that found that the economic damage is even worse than previously feared.
Cameron was not re-elected as Prime Minister, handing over to Theresa May, who fumbled the ball, in failing to deliver Brexit, falling foul of another leadership challenge after her resignation, leaving us with Boris Johnson. And that is another story.
QUESTION TIME - MARCH 22 2019 - 16-year-old hailed for her eloquent, wounding Brexit verdict
The British debt situation is so bad that the United Kingdom have to have a Debt Management Office.
The UK Debt Management Office (DMO) was established on 1 April 1998 and responsibility for government wholesale sterling debt issuance was transferred from the Bank of England to the DMO. This re-organisation followed the transfer of operational responsibility for setting official UK interest rates from HM Treasury to the Bank of England in May 1997.
The DMO's remit is to carry out the Government's debt management policy of minimising financing costs over the long term, taking account of risk, and to minimise the cost of offsetting the Government's net cash flows over time, while operating in a risk appetite approved by Ministers in both cases.
WE'RE ON THE ROAD TO NOWHERE - One of the key elements to building a strong economy is a united approach, for in unity there is strength. We have potholed roads and potty politicians who need toilet re-training as often as our civil servants, as a constant reminder to stick to the rules and play openly.
"Never sir, we are the British public school boys and girls. We do what we like, when we like. The electorate can take a hike and pay for our mistakes with higher taxes on everything and work for longer to get their pensions!"
Politicians want the workers to be taxed until they fall into their coffins. This is more modern day slavery. The electorate are seen as the gullible to be wrung dry to keep the elite in comfort.
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