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    no you are purposely misleading to align with your ideology.

    The ratio has gone up 20% in the past 12 months due to covid. So without covid it was 80% and at worst flat lining, at best declining. In 2008 it was going through the roof and the tories inherited that situation.

    But more perspective:

    Of the G7 countries, net debt is either above 100 per cent of GDP or expected to exceed it in France, Italy, the US and Japan as well as the UK. Only in Germany and Canada is debt expected to remain below this threshold.
    The Institute for Fiscal Studies, a think-tank, said the huge level of borrowing was not a significant worry because its purpose was to help secure a subsequent economic recovery.
    The ONS stressed, however, that the estimates of the public finances at this stage were highly uncertain and it made a historically very large £14bn downward revision to borrowing figures for April, having found that tax revenues had been larger than it thought when it initially produced the statistics.
    Debt levels are rising sharply across all advanced economies as they battle coronavirus with unprecedented fiscal action.
    So taken in context it was just another cheap uneducated attempt to mislead.

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    Can you answer the question please?

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    In the Guardian paper:

    It is characteristic of Labour’s tragic history of repeated electoral failure that another “never again” speech was required several decades after the original. Labour is a party obsessed with its past and, at the same time, it is a party that so often fails to learn the lessons from its past. Labour always loses if voters think the party isn’t to be trusted with their security and the economy.
    But it was this quote that caught my attention:

    Labour never wins if voters think the party doesn’t like the country it aspires to govern.
    Going through your remainer diatribe it became very clear you do not like the UK. So do something about and migrate to the EU.
    Last edited by Tinsley Green; September 27th, 2020 at 22:22.

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    Back to the question

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    I have already answered. The open question is why you hate the UK?

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    What is the ratio please, that was the question.

    Why do I hate the UK, when have I ever said that?

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    Can you two get a room please!
    lb - it was answered at post 71...
    Looked alright to Me....

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    No it wasn't.

    Can you two team up and answer the question please?

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