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Old 29th June 2020, 13:45   #1341 (permalink)
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The big media sop campaign by PM Boris promising £1bn to rebuild crumbling schools.... but if Michael Gove hadn't cancelled Labour's ‘ £55 billion "Building Schools For The Future’ policy .... So we have Tories spending money on issues caused due to Tories not spending money in the past.


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This investment isn’t about the future, it’s paying the price for a wasted opportunities in the past

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What could possibly go wrong !

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Do you think he deliberately tries to be a tw.t or is it natural?
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Old 29th June 2020, 22:06   #1345 (permalink)
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But you can't use that word for the PM. The Transport Police have said so.

So, with all this exploding around us, the best use of police is to ask a woman to zip up her jacket.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...ohnson-t-shirt
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I just heard Boris's economic recovery plan he vowed to "use this moment" to fix longstanding economic problems and promised a £5bn "new deal" to build homes and infrastructure. It sounded like an old plan from the Tory manifesto just now on "speed" (amphetamines)

Dominic's new slogans for Boris is "build build build" ... and "shovel ready" ab bit like the useless "oven ready" deal that crashed and burned .....

Projects in the £5bn investment plan include:

£1.5bn for hospital maintenance, enabling hospital building and improving A&E capacity

£100m for 29 road network projects including bridge repairs in Sandwell and improving the A15 in the Humber region - this money had already been announced

Over £1bn to fund a schools building project, as announced on Monday - this cash comes from the government's existing infrastructure plan

A £12bn affordable homes programme to build 180,000 new affordable homes for ownership and rent over the next eight years - already announced by previous Tory governments and Mr Johnson's administration n


And WOW a spring budget that will include £83m for maintenance of prisons and youth offender facilities, and £60m for temporary prison places.
£900m for local projects in England this year and in 2021

£500,000 - £1m for each area in the towns fund to spend on improvements to parks, high street and transport


Then you look to Merkal's plan

Germany has unveiled a €130bn (£116.4bn) package of tax and spending measures designed to boost the country’s economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.

Angela Merkel’s government said it would use the package of sweeping temporary tax cuts and increase benefits to turbocharge its recovery.

Measures included a cut in VAT until the end of this year and substantial payments for every child in the country designed to help ordinary German families.

Alongside the launch of a €50bn fund to tackle global heating and finance new technologies.

A state financial incentive to buy an electric car has been doubled to €6,000.:

A temporary VAT cut from 19% to 16%, from 1 July until 31 December

A €300 one-off payment for every child in the country

A €50bn fund to address climate change, innovation and digital technology›

A €25bn loan support programme for small firms that have seen their sales drop by more than 60% for June to August. This could be a particular boost for bars, restaurants, hotels and other hospitality businesses.

€10bn for municipalities struggling with lower tax receipts, with public spending on infrastructure and housing.
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Up until now, countries around the world had largely announced emergency financial support to cushion the economic blow from the coronavirus outbreak rather than jump-start a recovery.

Germany’s package of measures comes on top of a €750bn rescue package agreed in March. It included loan guarantees and direct spending measures such as furlough wage subsidies.
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I just heard Boris's economic recovery plan he vowed to "use this moment" to fix longstanding economic problems and promised a £5bn "new deal" to build homes and infrastructure. It sounded like an old plan from the Tory manifesto just now on "speed" (amphetamines)

Dominic's new slogans for Boris is "build build build" ... and "shovel ready" ab bit like the useless "oven ready" deal that crashed and burned .....

Projects in the £5bn investment plan include:

£1.5bn for hospital maintenance, enabling hospital building and improving A&E capacity

£100m for 29 road network projects including bridge repairs in Sandwell and improving the A15 in the Humber region - this money had already been announced

Over £1bn to fund a schools building project, as announced on Monday - this cash comes from the government's existing infrastructure plan

A £12bn affordable homes programme to build 180,000 new affordable homes for ownership and rent over the next eight years - already announced by previous Tory governments and Mr Johnson's administration n


And WOW a spring budget that will include £83m for maintenance of prisons and youth offender facilities, and £60m for temporary prison places.
£900m for local projects in England this year and in 2021

£500,000 - £1m for each area in the towns fund to spend on improvements to parks, high street and transport


Then you look to Merkal's plan

Germany has unveiled a €130bn (£116.4bn) package of tax and spending measures designed to boost the country’s economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.

Angela Merkel’s government said it would use the package of sweeping temporary tax cuts and increase benefits to turbocharge its recovery.

Measures included a cut in VAT until the end of this year and substantial payments for every child in the country designed to help ordinary German families.

Alongside the launch of a €50bn fund to tackle global heating and finance new technologies.

A state financial incentive to buy an electric car has been doubled to €6,000.:

A temporary VAT cut from 19% to 16%, from 1 July until 31 December

A €300 one-off payment for every child in the country

A €50bn fund to address climate change, innovation and digital technology›

A €25bn loan support programme for small firms that have seen their sales drop by more than 60% for June to August. This could be a particular boost for bars, restaurants, hotels and other hospitality businesses.

€10bn for municipalities struggling with lower tax receipts, with public spending on infrastructure and housing.
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Up until now, countries around the world had largely announced emergency financial support to cushion the economic blow from the coronavirus outbreak rather than jump-start a recovery.

Germany’s package of measures comes on top of a €750bn rescue package agreed in March. It included loan guarantees and direct spending measures such as furlough wage subsidies.
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I genuinely believe we are heading for third world status.
Thatcher steered the UK economy to a service industry, finance, insurance etc rather than industry.
I am not saying we have not done well by that approach because our earnings from that sector have been brilliant.
The problem is that this has been focused on the City and the South East at the expense of other parts of the U.K., ( managed decline in Liverpool, Tory minister)
For people now to hope for a re-balancing of the economy and the bleat " why can't we produce what we need" I just say have a look at the former industrial areas, at best small units doing a bit of electrical soldering ( Valleys in South Wales) and assembly of goods made elsewhere and shipped from abroad into this country
Depressed and disallusioned, you bet.

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Why so gloomy Bramidan?

Brexit will sort everything out, delivery is at hand
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