Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Some PMQ possibilities?

1: The Prime Minister has spent the past decade claiming everything the Opposition suggests will cause a black hole in the public finances. How does he intend to plug his own new £50bn black hole of unfunded public spending?
2: What direct taxes does the Prime Minister intend to increase?
3: Is the wholesale buyout of business corporations that find themselves in trouble an option open on his table if required?
4: Who wins? Who loses? Who pays?

6 comments:

Obnoxio The Clown said...

Who pays?

There's a clue in the word "taxpayer".

We are so fucked.

Carlos said...

5 - Can we have an election now, please? Fankoo.

Richard said...

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McSweeney said...

Well his answer to the first one will be through the fees charged for the money and the repayment of the same money after three years. Fingers crossed.

Although I suspect he'll leave the last two words off.

Letters From A Tory said...

Cameron was evidently short of ideas in yesterday's PMQs as he has clearly fallen into line with the government, despite Labour creating this stupid mess in the first place.

Anonymous said...

on the pm prog (weds evening)yvette cooper was asked what taxpayers would get in the way of collateral and whaffled on about shares in the banks being valuable assets.

not being an accountant i could be missing something but are shares in a bank that could go belly up or take years and years to buy back the shares, such a valuable asset that we taxpayers can sleep easy?