AND WHAT AN HORS D'OEURVE!
One academic economist estimated that from this one announcement alone approximately 100,000 jobs are at risk!
Prof Colin Talbot, of Manchester Business School, said the total number of jobs lost could be close to 100,000. He estimated that 45,000 jobs would be cut among consultants, contractors and government suppliers. Another 40,000 would go in local councils and devolved administrations, and 10,000 from quangos, as well as 2,400 from a freeze on civil service recruitment, he said.
[source : More than 50,000 jobs 'at risk’ from £6.2bn cuts, The Daily Telegraph 24/5/2010]
And worse, much worse, is to come later this year.
The budget in June will make these numbers bigger and much more serious.
I do not want to hear these numbers, because they mean homes repossessed and families broken up, but if they help to rid us of the parasites, who have totally and deliberately screwed the global economy, as evidence that our financial status has been seriously harmed by the banks contrary to the Fraud Act 2006 Section 4 Fraud by Abuse of Position then bring them on.