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Monday, 31 October 2011

World economy on verge of new jobs crash and bigger recession on the way

World economy on verge of new jobs crash and bigger recession on the way
Is just what Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister warned us all about over 2 years ago, now coming true?

The global economy is on the verge of a new and much deeper recession with more jobs losses and a much bigger recession that may ignite social unrest on a global scale, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has warned which are the precise words used by Sir Michael nearly two years ago in a letter to David Cameron he also gave the same warning to Gordon Brown and both PM’s never gave it a another thought and now it’s coming.

It will take at least five years for employment in advanced economies to return to pre-crisis levels, it said.

The ILO also noted that in 45 of the 118 countries it examined, the risk of social unrest was rising and the UK being one of them, which we have already seen some un-rest in England and Sir Michael predicted it would get far worse unless the British government did something constructive to ease the pursuers off the English people but those words have also fallen on deaf ears.

Separately, the OECD research body said G20 leaders meeting in Cannes this week need to take "bold decisions".

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said the rescue plan announced by EU leaders on 26 October had been an important first step, but the measures must be implemented "promptly and forcefully".

The OECD's message to world leaders came as it predicted a sharp slowdown in growth in the Euro-zone and warned that some countries in the 17-nation bloc were likely to face negative growth which was also what Sir Michael had predicted and now coming true.

In its World of Work Report 2011, the ILO said a stalled global economic recovery had begun to "dramatically affect" labour markets.

It said it fully agreed with Sir Michael’s report that approximately 80 million net new jobs would be needed over the next two years to get back to pre-crisis employment levels.

But it said the recent slowdown in growth suggested that only half the jobs needed would be created.

"We have reached the moment of truth. We have a brief window of opportunity to avoid a major double-dip in employment," said Raymond Torres from the ILO and said he fully agreed with the reports made by Sir Michael

The group also measured levels of discontent over the lack of jobs and anger over perceptions that the burden of the crisis was not being fairly shared.

It said scores of countries faced the possibility of social unrest, particularly those in the EU and the Arab region which again was in the report by Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minster which again we have seen un-rest in the EU and most of the Arab regions.

Meanwhile, in its latest projections for G20 economies, the OECD forecast growth in the euro-zone of 1.6% this year, slowing to 0.3% next year.

In May, it had forecast growth of 2% per year in both 2011 and 2012.

It also cut its growth forecasts for the US to 1.7% in 2011 and 1.8% in 2012. It had previously expected growth of 2.6% and 3.1% respectively.

The organisation called for G20 leaders, who meet on Thursday and Friday, to act quickly.

"Much of the current weakness is due to a generalised loss of confidence in the ability of policymakers to put in place appropriate responses," the OECD said.

"It is therefore imperative to act decisively to restore confidence and to implement appropriate policies to restore longer-term fiscal sustainability."

It also called for the euro-zone to cut interest rates.

British Government Spine to cover up credit card spending’s

Government credit card deceptions, swindles and frauds the Coalition pledges £1bn on 100 projects to kick-start the economy after they pay off the credit card bills?

Tens of thousands of new jobs will be announced today as Dictator David Cameron “strains every sinew” to get the sluggish economy moving. Job’s for office staff maybe to check government credit card statements?

Cameron says the government is on an “all-out mission” to kick-start industry. And half-wit Nick Clegg,  will announce that 35,000 jobs will be created using nearly £1 billion of public money, one has to wonder just wear is all this cash going to becoming from with all the enormous spending cuts this government has mad, and all the jobs it has cause to be lost in its cuts.

He will unveil new investment in more than 100 projects that should trigger billions of pounds additional investment from private enterprise. It will include six “shovel-ready” projects, including two new power stations, that’s only if you have the necessary qualifications to get or do these jobs?

Speaking on the BBC’s Today programme this morning full of this normal rubbish, Clegg said: “What we’re trying to do is invest public money, taxpayers’ money, into companies which can create jobs that last, and for every pound that will be invested from the Regional Growth Fund we estimate about £6 will be matched from the private sector Clegg still living in Neverland playing on the magic rounder about?

“We are trying to rewire the “British” not English economy so we are less reliant on the city of London and financial services and we’re giving more backing to manufacturing and to parts of the country which for too long were basically reliant on hand-outs from Whitehall dose he include British MP’s hand out’s from English tax payers.”

Ministers will be dispatched around the country on credit cards no doubt to press home the message that creating new jobs is vital to growth, with figures to be published tomorrow that are likely to provide further evidence that England is struggling to emerge from the British caused recession. Economists expect Britain’s gross domestic product to have increased by 0.3 per cent between July and September, a slight improvement on the 0.1 per cent growth in the previous quarter.

Sunday, 30 October 2011

National Health Warning Don’t Drink Ovaltine If You Want to Stay Straight

The Financial Times

The Financial Times is a paper that often produces carefully considered and thought provoking analyses of news items. Here is a good example.

Most media outlets failed to notice the significance of Alex Salmond's latest political masterstroke. In one fell swoop his shift to a "Devo Max" referendum option will split the opposition to the Independence option and provide a classic Causus Belli against Westminster when that august body of deep thinkers rejects it!

Little England: Britain sleepwalks towards break-up
By Philip Stephens October 24, 2011

Alex Salmond addressed the Scottish National party’s ?annual conference the other day. Few beyond Scotland will have noticed. That is a pity. As David Cameron’s Conservatives resume their obsessive debate about leaving Europe, Mr Salmond is advancing Scotland’s departure from Britain.
North and south of the border with England, the SNP leader is a grown-up among adolescents. Alone among Britain’s party leaders, he has the confidence and guile to change the political weather. As Scotland’s first minister he is running rings around unionist opponents in Edinburgh and Westminster.

Mr Cameron is comfortable in 10 Downing Street. Labour’s Ed Miliband is settling in for what could be an uncomfortably long spell as opposition leader. Nick Clegg has lost the haunted expression he wore during the Liberal Democrats’ first year in coalition. These are not leaders, though, who rewrite the terms of political debate.
Mr Salmond is in a different class. You don’t have to like or agree with him to acknowledge he has recast the argument about the 300-year-old union binding Scotland to England. Will Scotland still be tied to its southern neighbour in, say, 15 years hence? I wouldn’t bet on it.

At the very least, the SNP is leading Scotland to self-rule in all but foreign affairs – an autonomy comparable to that enjoyed by Catalonia. Many will think this is no bad thing – for the English or the Scots. But surely the relationship is worthy of serious discussion across Britain? It would be curious were the union to sleepwalk towards break-up.

Unionists are doing their best to assist Mr Salmond. The voting system for the Edinburgh parliament was designed to prevent the SNP from ever winning a governing majority. Mr Salmond has now secured just such a position. The electoral checks and balances failed to anticipate the self-destructive capacity of the unionist parties.

The rot began to set in for Conservatives, of course, during Margaret Thatcher’s heyday. But the big failure since has been the Scottish Tories’ unwillingness to adjust to devolution. Decisions about health, education and welfare – things that matter to voters – are now taken in Edinburgh. Tories invite the charge of irrelevance by talking about nothing but the union.

Labour has been laid low by hubris. Gordon Brown saw Scotland as a personal fiefdom. It sustained Labour’s (disproportionately Scottish) politicians at Westminster. The party’s best and brightest from north of the border would not waste their time in local politics when they could play on a British stage.

Unsurprisingly, Scottish voters have woken up to the insult. Why should they back a party that treats their parliament as a parish council? Even now, leading Scottish Labour figures such as Jim Murphy and Douglas Alexander prefer opposition at Westminster to a shot at the top job in Edinburgh.

The Lib Dems are paying a price for throwing in their lot with Mr Cameron. Mr Clegg wants to show that the party can shoulder responsibility at Westminster. A noble ambition. But there are better ways to win friends in Scotland.

None of this is to deny Mr Salmond’s achievement in taking nationalism from the margins to the mainstream of Scottish politics. Not too long ago much of polite society in Edinburgh, Glasgow or Aberdeen saw the SNP as a collection of leftish cranks. Now it has begun to look like the party of the establishment.

This is not to say the business and professional classes have embraced separatism. My Scottish friends always draw an important distinction. They can vote for the SNP in Scotland while backing unionist parties in British general elections. Mr Salmond cannot be sure of winning if the choice posed in his promised referendum is a straightforward one between the status quo and independence.

Now, though, we know that there will be a third option. Mr Salmond used his conference speech to throw his weight behind a three-question plebiscite – with the third option providing for what is called “devolution max”. The implication is that the return to Scotland of full control over the economy, spending, taxation and borrowing would represent a moderate third way.

It would be nothing of the sort. Devolution max would put Scotland on the threshold of independence. It would demand a rewriting of the constitutional settlement that would inevitably leave many Scots asking why not independence. The fact that such an arrangement is presented as a “sensible compromise” speaks to Mr Salmond’s political genius in reframing the debate.

For many in Mr Cameron’s party, however, it seems that severing ties with Brussels is more important than preserving them with Edinburgh. Before they know it, the sceptics may find themselves demanding England’s rather than Britain’s departure from the European Union. Perhaps they will call themselves Little Englanders.
Posted by Robin Tilbrook

BNP slides down the sewerage pipes wear the removal of waste should be

BNP conference: I'm in charge, says Nick Griffin

BNP leader Nick Griffin says his party is through its "rocky patch" and is now "on the up again", as members gather for their annual conference.

Mr Griffin, who was narrowly re-elected party leader in July, told the BBC the majority of the party was behind him.

"I'm in charge and that's the end of it," he told the BBC Politics Show North West.

The anti-immigration and anti-English party has struggled with debts, infighting and poor results in May's local elections as only losers and racists would joint such a half-witted party and vote for them very sad people.

The BNP has not disclosed the exact location of its conference for what it says are security reasons, but what half-witted members it has, are believed to be meeting in Liverpool so it won’t be that hard to find them.

The BNP has been hit by internal divisions and lost 11 of the 13 seats it was defending in May's “English” not British local elections - including all five of its councillors in Stoke on Trent, where the English didn’t want to be seen having anything to do with a British national party and now mover over to the English national party a far better choice.

Griffin, who has been party leader since 1999, was re-elected in July, beating his fellow MEP Andrew Brons by just nine votes, and told his party that the "time for division and disruption is over".

In an interview with the BBC's Politics Show North West, Griffin said: "We've had some turmoil. We were massively overspent after, especially, the European elections - we've clawed that back and we are back on the right road.
"I think in terms of general soft public support, what I get out on the streets is we are stronger. In terms of it translating into victories at local elections, we are up against a really effective Labour Party machine which concentrates against us - it has knocked us back."

But he said recent council by-elections had seen the BNP triumph over the Lib Dems and Tories adding: "We are on the up again."

Asked about the party's election losses in May, Griffin claimed the vote had remained "rock solid" but said Labour had "brilliantly exploited the postal vote" at local elections.

"But we've worked out what to do and we're going to be back."

The BNP has struggled with debts run up during election campaigns.

It was also engaged in a long-running court battle with the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) over its policy of restricting membership to "indigenous British people". (What dose being British actually mean “You’re not English?)

The BNP scrapped the rule but the EHRC accused party leader Nick Griffin of failing to comply with an order to remove potentially racist clauses from his party's constitution.
Last year Griffin fought off an attempt to have him declared guilty of contempt of court at the High Court - which rejected the EHRC's bid to seize the party's assets.

Internal party documents seen by Panorama reveal that 12 months ago the BNP owed creditors more than £570,000. Griffin recently said the party now owes just £52,000.

In his interview with the Politics Show North West, Griffin claimed that "everyone, from the far left through the BBC and all sorts of neo-Nazi cranks - they're all against Nick Griffin actually, everyone is except ordinary people out there". (Is there in England such a person as your ordinary person or people?)

The BNP and its leader still living in Narnia said; "We've got enormous support which we are going to build on. This has been a rocky patch which we have come through, I'm in charge for the next four years and we are going to move forward.

"I'm in charge and the majority of the party is happy with that."

Maybe only a hand full of around 100 people will gather in Liverpool for this year's party conference the mood will be gloomy not much support 100 people?.

It’s the BNP's first “major conference” since this summer's leadership election.

Nick Griffin won that by only nine votes, as the party split down the middle for those who think their British, and those that think their English.

Andrew Brons, the party's other MEP who challenged for the leadership, has virtually accused Mr Griffin's side of cheating.

In turn, Nick Griffin accuses his colleague of being bitter and "yesterday's man".

There could well be angry confrontations as members wonder how the BNP has gone from having about 60 councillors in England to fewer than ten. (Many moving over to being English and the new political wing of the ENA, the English national party which also supports some points within the English democrats party which has seen a large rise in its membership as England starts to wake up to the corrupted British government and corrupted British MP’s as this week we seen how they use credit cards paid for by English tax payers to pay their own bills and live life’s of luxury)

Just two years ago the party was celebrating unprecedented success at the European elections and now it’s going down the pan wear it really should be, in the bottom of sewers

Since then voters have been offered infighting, as well as allegations of financial incompetence.

Griffin had promised to stand down as chairman in 2013 but now says he will continue until at least 2015 not that really many people in England could really care.

Griffin's position as leader might well be secure but the party's future is far less certain as it slides down the sewerage pipes wear the removal of waste should be.

The membership and ranks behind the chairman are thinning out.

Saturday, 29 October 2011

Government had use credit card's to buy doughnuts and pizzas at England cost

This Tory Government had use credit card funded by the good old English tax payers to buy doughnuts and pizzas and the list goes on at the English tax payers costs

English tax payers pay for what they get, they voted in these bunch of lying, cheating thieving, two faced British MP’s
Luxury hotels, doughnuts, pizzas, and even flying lessons are among just some of the large list of items paid for using Government credit cards since the Dictator David Cameron Tory-led coalition came to power and the Lib-Dems and Labour MP’s are just as bad.

Staff at public bodies also spent thousands of pounds on taxis and orthopaedic equipment, as well as buying items from iTunes, since the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats formed their dodgy partnership.

Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister said: "This just shows how British ministers have been imposing the big squeeze on English families across the country while they and their staff have gone on credit card spending spree at the English tax payer cost.

"It is one rule for them and one rule for the English. No wonder they are seen as out of touch with life in England today when they don’t have to worry about paying bills and keeping a roof over their heads because they get the English tax payers to pay them."

Officials at the Department for Work and Pensions used the cards to buy £27,000-worth of translation services over five months.

The Ministry of Justice's include a £1,201.76 bill for www.avon.uk.com, £1,832.42 at Debenhams, £756 for Crossroads Kennels, and £735.54 for Astonlee Vet surgery and £2,325 at Melton Meat Products.

Officials at the Department for Transport stayed at a variety of high-class luxury hotel chains between April and August this year, including Sheraton, Hilton and Intercontinental.

More than £4,000 went on orthopaedic kit from a firm called Posturite. There was also a bill of £1,335.65 for "flying training" in May, and another £616.28 to Cabair Flying Schools in August.

Records from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport show taxi firm Addison Lee was paid £1,886.71 in May, £1,756.12 in June, and £1,412.64 in July.

Some £1,182 went on a print and frames from the Government Art Collection in April.

Sweet-toothed officials at the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) spent £172.70 at The Cake Store in July and £54.30 at Krispy Kreme on March 30.

The following day the agency used the card to spend £247.75 at Dominos and £157.88 at Marks & Spencer. Officials at the agency also spent £11.99 on iTunes.

The Cabinet Office, which is overseeing the release of the data as part of the Government's transparency drive, spent £2,260 at John Lewis following an office refurbishment.

That included £1,416 on "display equipment" and £844 on "refrigeration equipment".

Officials at the Department of Energy and Climate Change used the charge card to pay for a £500 meal at Boyds Brasserie at an EU & Energy Security meeting.

The details emerged as the Government published a mass of material on credit card transactions from this financial year.

Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude insisted more stringent controls on use of the cards - including a crackdown on first-class travel - had brought spending on cards down by £45 million to £341 million and he thinks this justifies everything.

Friday, 28 October 2011

British Lib Dem MP John Hemming’s wife sentenced

British Lib Dem MP John Hemming’s wife sentenced for kitten theft

The estranged wife of a British MP has been given a suspended jail sentence for stealing a kitten from the house of her husband's lover.

Christine Hemming was caught on a surveillance camera entering the house of her husband's mistress, Emily Cox, a year ago, then emerging with 4-month-old tabby kitten Beauty under her arm. Hemming told a jury at Birmingham Crown Court that she had gone to Cox's house to deliver mail to her husband, but what happened next was "a blur."

The cat has never been found. Hemming was convicted of burglary last month. On Friday a judge gave her a nine-month suspended sentence and ordered her to perform 150 hours of community service. Hemming is separated from her husband, Liberal Democrat MP John Hemming.