Well, Osborne's plan A as failed, but, will plan A+ work any better?

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raven braswell
Asked at 2012-08-22 02:27:03
156 billion of additional debt , many of them directly to the banks in the hope that they will lend some of it to small businesses . MedlinePlus The rate on bank deposits increased from 0.07 to 0.088 to 1 % of 1% , which is simply passed back to the depositors . MedlinePlus The cuts to working tax credits .
Making it easier to dismiss workers unfairly within two years without a court . MedlinePlus Removing TUPE rights ( currently they stop a company taking their jobs and looting around the world , so instantly redundant or reducing their wages ) MedlinePlus BUT yummie mummies can get more childcare places , paid for by cuts to working tax credits . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus MedlinePlus You're all in this together ...
Answer1PHYSICS HELPAnswered at 2012-10-23 17:02:07
It seems that these plans are intended to make rich richer hoping some will trickle down to the oppressed . MedlinePlus but hopefully with many large HHHHHHHH
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