Monthly Archives: October 2008

A very post-modern scandal

I am not, as it happens, George Osborne’s greatest fan. However one has to have sympathy for him being the victim of a piece of media-contrived disinformation such as we haven’t seen from Labour’s practitioners of the ‘Black Arts’ in … Continue reading

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Responses to the Crisis III

So far David Cameron ad George Osborne have got it about right. But I do hope they realise that there’s a serious limit to what they can hope to achieve by their current bi-partisan approach. Oddly enough they might have … Continue reading

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‘Honest Ed’ rides again!

From a friend in Motspur Park:- On Saturday morning all residents in the Motspur Park area were circulated with (a) letter from Ed Davey.  What a cheek!!!  But very fast and almost effective – I say almost because most of … Continue reading

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Responses to the crisis II

There’s an excellent expose in today’s Spectator of the origins of the the US sub-prime mortgage problem in the policies of the Clinton administration. A left-inspired attempt at social engineering by government pressurising the banks to abandon their traditional lending … Continue reading

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