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Everyone’s got an opinion about how bad the global recession will be and what to do about it. Just as Gordon Brown has been trying to get European leaders to pump more money into their economies, respected forecasters, the Ernst and Young ITEM Club are warning that can’t be done in the UK.

Government borrowing is already on track, to hit a record high of 180 billion pounds over the next financial year they say. That’s mainly because the treasury isn’t being paid so much in tax.

 

The real problem is that as a country, we are heavily dependent upon the city for tax revenue. We’ve already seen the Chancellor loose 6,7 billon pounds with the stamp duty. That’s the tip of an iceberg. And next year we’ll see some very big hits from corporation tax and income tax too.

 

The report says the Chancellor faces a serious dilemma for the budget next month: put up taxes or cut spending. Some in opposition agree.

 

What we need to is restrain public spending, get government living with its means and over time deal with this massive massive deficit because at the moment we are stacking up debts that our children will pay for many decades to come.

 

But the government says to cut back on spending now would be a mistake.

This week unemployment hit two million and it’s set to rise even further. That means people have less money to spend.  Businesses find their profits are getting weaker and they cut back on their output. And the treasury gets less money from everyone’s tax bills. So for the moment, the government argues it has to keep public spending up to stop the problem getting worse. But the gap between what’s come in and what’s going out is getting wider. When the recovery does happen, whoever’s in power will need to take some tough decisions on how to pay back what’s being borrowed.

 

We’ve begun to stitch out some of the very difficult areas that the government is gonna have to look at including things like public central pension commitments which are very generous, some are big long-term defense commitments, the tax credits gain. I mean longest things are very generous at the moment, and they are gonna have to be reappraised.

 

Domestically and globally the picture’s bleak. 2009 will be a dangerous year according to the World Bank.

 

The IMF came out with a new global forecast recently, close to a decline of about 1% of growth. We at the banks will be coming about with ours soon, probably in the range of 1 to 2 percent, but to put that number in a context, you haven’t seen a figure like that globally since World War II which really means since the Great Depression.

 

The G-20 Finance Ministers’ meeting last week made it clear that the pressure is growing for the main gathering in London to come up with ideas for sustainable rescue.

 

… SKY NEWS.

 

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Everyone has got an opinion about how bad the global recession will be and what to do about it.Just as Gordon Brown's been trying to get European leaders to pump more money into their economies, respected forecasters ,the Ernst and Young item club are warning that can't be done in the UK. Government borrowing is already on track to hit a record high of 180billion pounds over the next financial year,they say.That's mainly because the treasury isn't being paid so much in tax.

 

The real problem is as a country,we are heavily dependent upon the city for tax revenue.We have already seen the chance to lose 6 or 7 billion pounds with their stamp duty,that's the tip of an iceberg.And next year we will see some very big hits from corporation tax and income tax too.


The report says the chancellor faces a serious dilemma for the budget next month,put off taxes or cut spending.Some opposition agree.
What we need to do is restrain public spending,get government living within its means and over time deal with this massive,massive deficit because at the moment,we are stacking up debts that our children will pay for many decades to come.


But the government says to cut back on spending now would be a mistake.
This week unemployment hit 2million and it sets to rise even further,that means people have less money to spend,businesses find that their profits are getting weaker and they cut back on their output and the treasury gets less money from everyone's tax bills.So for the moment,the government argues,it has to keep public spending up to stop the problem from getting worse.But the gap between what's coming in and what's going out is getting wider.When the recovery does happen,whoever is in power will need to take some tough decisions on how to pay back what has been borrowed.


We've began to sketch out some of the very difficult areas that government is gonna to look at,including things like public set pension commitments which are very generous,some of our big long term defense commitments,the tax credit scheme and all these things are very generous at the moment,and they're gonna have to reappraised.


Domestically and globally the picture is bleak.2009 will be a dangerous year according to the World Bank.
The IMF came up with a new global forecast recently,close to decline of about 1% of growth.We the bank will come out with ours soon and probably in the range of one to two percent,but to put that number in a context,you haven't seen the figure like that globally since World War 2,which really means since the Great Depression.
The G20 finance ministers' meeting last week made it clear that the pressure is growing for the main gathering in London to come up with ideas for sustainable rescue.
/,Sky news.

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Everyone got an opinion on how bad the global ression will be and what to do about it .Just as Golden Brown  to get European leaders to pump more money into their economies,respected forecastors the Ernst and Young Itemclub are warning that can't be done with UK.Government's borrowing have already untracked hit a record high over 180 billion pounds over the next financial year they say.That's mainly because the treasury isn't be paid so much in tax.

 

"The real problem is that as a country will probably depended upon the city revenune.We've already seen the chancellors were lose 1617billion pounds stamp duty that a ...for Iceburg and next year we will see some very big hits from corperation tax and income tax too."

 

The report says the chancellor faces a serious dilemma for the budget next month, put off taxes or cut spending .some organizations agree.

 

"What we need to do is to strain public spending ,get government living with it and over time deal with massive massive debts ,because at the moment we're stagging debts and our children will pay for many decades to come."

 

But the goverment says to cut back on spending now would be a mistake.

 

"This week ,unemployment rate hits 2 million and set rise even further that means people have less money to spend.Businesses find profits getting weaker and they come back on their output and treasury gets less money from everyone's taxbills. just stopping the  problem getting worse but the gaps between what's coming in and what's going out is getting wider.When recovery does happen whoever is in power we need to take some tough decisions on how to pay back what's been borrowed."

 

"We began to stagge out some of vey difficult areas is the government going to look at some including something like public expend, pesion ...should be generous ..big long terms defend on commitment.. the tax credit skim...are generous at the moment."

 

Domesticly and globaly the pictures will bleak.2009 will be a dangerous year according to the world bank.

 

"The IMF came out with a new global forecast recently close to declined about one percent of growth.We and the bank will be came out without soon,the range of one or two percent.But they put the number and the contest ,you haven't seen the figure that we were globaly since we were too ...since great depression."

 

The G20 financers meeting last week amd it clear that the pressure is growing for the main govern in London come out with the idea to sustainable rescure.

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Everyone’s got an opinion about how bad the global recession will be and what to do about it. Just as Gordon Brown has been trying to get European leaders to pump more money into their economies, respected forecasters, the Ernst and Young ITEM Club are warning that can’t be done in the UK.

Government borrowing is already on track, to hit a record high of 180 billion pounds over the next financial year they say. That’s mainly because the Treasury isn’t being paid so much in tax.

 

“The real problem is that as a country, we are heavily dependent upon the city for tax revenue. We’ve already seen the Chancellor lose 6,7 billon pounds with the stamp duty. That’s the tip of an iceberg. And next year we’ll see some very big hits from corporation tax and income tax too.”

 

The report says the Chancellor faces a serious dilemma for the budget next month: put up taxes or cut spending. Some in opposition agree.

 

“What we need to is restrain public spending, get government living with its means and over time deal with this massive massive deficit, because at the moment we are stacking up debts that our children will pay for many decades to come.”

 

But the government says to cut back on spending now would be a mistake.


This week unemployment hit two million and it’s set to rise even further. That means people have less money to spend. Businesses find their profits are getting weaker and they cut back on their output. And the Treasury gets less money from everyone’s tax bills. So for the moment, the government argues it has to keep public spending up to stop the problem getting worse. But the gap between what’s come in and what’s going out is getting wider. When the recovery does happen, whoever’s in power will need to take some tough decisions on how to pay back what’s being borrowed.

 

"We’ve begun to sketch out some of the very difficult areas that the government is gonna have to look at, including things like public sector pension commitments which are very generous, some of our big long-term defense commitments, the tax credit scheme. I mean all these things are very generous at the moment, and they are gonna have to be reappraised."

 

Domestically and globally the picture’s bleak. 2009 will be a dangerous year according to the World Bank.

 

"The IMF came out with a new global forecast recently, close to decline / about 1% of growth. We at the banks will be coming about with ours soon, probably in the range of 1 to 2 percent, but to put that number in a context, you haven’t seen a figure like that globally since World War II which really means since the Great Depression."

 

The G-20 Finance Ministers’ meeting last week made it clear that the pressure is growing for the main gathering in London to come up with ideas for sustainable rescue.


Ursula Errington, Sky News.

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  Everyone’s got an opinion about how bad the global recession would be and what to do about it. Just as Golden Brown’s been trying to get European leaders to punk more money into their economies, respected forecasters, the earnest young item club, are warning that can’t be done in the UK.

 

  Government borrowing is already on track to hit a record high-- over 118 billion pounds, over the next financial year, they say. That’s mainly because the treasury isn’t been paid so much in tax.

 

  The real problem is as a country we are heavily dependent upon the city for tax revenue, we’ve already seen the chance or lose 6,7 billion pounds with the stamp duty, that’s a typically an iceberg. And next year we will see some very big hits from cooperation tax and income tax too.

 

  The report says the chancellor faces serious dilemma for the budget next month, put off taxes would cost spending. Some in the opposition agree.

 

  What we need to do is restrain public spending, get government live within these means, and over a time deal with these massive massive deficit because at this moment we are stuck in debts, our children will have to pay for many decades to come.

 

  The government says to cut back on spending now would be in mistake. This week unemployment hits 2 million and it’s said to rise even further. That means people have less money to spend, businesses find their profits are getting weaker, and they cut back on their output, and treasury gets less money from every one’s tax bills.

 

  So if at this moment the government argues it has to keep the public spending up to stop the problem getting worse. But the gap between what’s going in and what’s going out is wider.

 

  When the recovery does happen, whoever in power would take tough decisions to on how to pay back what’s been borrowed.

 

  We begin to scratch out some of the very difficult areas that the government will have to look out including things like public sent pension commitment which is very generous, some of our big long-term defense commitments, and the tax credit scheme of the longest scheme very generous at the moment, and they gonna have to be reappraised.

 

  Domestically and globally the picture’s blick, 2009 will be a dangerous year, according to the World Bank.

 

  The IMF came out with new, global recently forecast close to decline about 1% of growth. We at the bank will be coming up with ours soon and probably in a range of 1 or 2 percent. But put that number in a context, you haven’t seen the figure like that globally since World War 2, which really means since the Great Depression.

 

  The G20 finance ministers meeting last week made it clear that the pressure is growing for the main gathering in London to come up with ideas for sustainable rescue. Sky news.

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Everyone’s got an opinion about how bad the global recession will be and what to do about it. Just as Gordon Brown has been trying to get European leaders to pump more money into their economies, respected forecasters, the Ernst and Young ITEM Club are warning that can’t be done in the UK.

Government borrowing is already on track to hit a record high of 180 billion pounds over the next financial year they say. That’s mainly because the Treasury isn’t being paid so much in tax.

 

“The real problem is that as a country, we are heavily dependent upon the city for tax revenue. We’ve already seen the Chancellor lose 6,7 billon pounds with the stamp duty. That’s the tip of an iceberg. And next year we’ll see some very big hits from corporation tax and income tax too.”

 

The report says the Chancellor faces a serious dilemma for the budget next month: put up taxes or cut spending. Some in opposition agree.

 

“What we need to is restrain public spending, get government living within its means and over time deal with this massive massive deficit, because at the moment we are stacking up debts that our children will pay for many decades to come.”

 

But the government says to cut back on spending now would be a mistake.

 


This week unemployment hit two million and it’s set to rise even further. That means people have less money to spend. Businesses find their profits are getting weaker and they cut back on their output. And the Treasury gets less money from everyone’s tax bills. So for the moment, the government argues it has to keep public spending up to stop the problem getting worse. But the gap between what’s coming in and what’s going out is getting wider. When the recovery does happen, whoever’s in power will need to take some tough decisions on how to pay back what’s been borrowed.

 

"We’ve begun to sketch out some of the very difficult areas / the government is gonna have to look at, including things like public sector pension commitments which are very generous, some of our big long-term defense commitments, the tax credit scheme. I mean all these things are very generous at the moment, and they are gonna have to be reappraised."

 

Domestically and globally the picture’s bleak. 2009 will be a dangerous year according to the World Bank.

 

"The IMF came out with a new global forecast recently, close to decline of about 1% of growth. We at the Bank will be coming out with ours soon, you know, probably in the range of 1 to 2 percent, but to put that number in a context, you haven’t seen a figure like that globally since World War II which really means since the Great Depression."

 

The G-20 Finance Ministers’ meeting last week made it clear that the pressure is growing for the main gathering in London to come up with ideas for sustainable rescue.

 


Ursula Errington, Sky News.

 

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Everyone’s got an opinion about how bad the global recession will be and what to do about it. Just as Gordon Brown has been trying to get European leaders to pump more money into their economies, respected forecasters, the Ernst and Young ITEM Club are warning that can’t be done in the UK.

Government borrowing is already on track to hit a record high of 180 billion pounds over the next financial year they say. That’s mainly because the Treasury isn’t being paid so much in tax.

 

“The real problem is that as a country, we are heavily dependent upon the city for tax revenue. We’ve already seen the Chancellor lose 6,7 billon pounds with the stamp duty. That’s the tip of an iceberg. And next year we’ll see some very big hits from corporation tax and income tax too.”

 

The report says the Chancellor faces a serious dilemma for the budget next month: put up taxes or cut spending. Some in opposition agree.

 

“What we need to do is restrain public spending, get government living within its means and over time deal with this massive massive deficit, because at the moment we are stacking up debts that our children will pay for many decades to come.”

 

But the government says to cut back on spending now would be a mistake.

 


This week unemployment hit two million and it’s set to rise even further. That means people have less money to spend. Businesses find their profits are getting weaker and they cut back on their output. And the Treasury gets less money from everyone’s tax bills. So for the moment, the government argues it has to keep public spending up to stop the problem getting worse. But the gap between what’s coming in and what’s going out is getting wider. When the recovery does happen, whoever’s in power will need to take some tough decisions on how to pay back what’s been borrowed.

 

"We’ve begun to sketch out some of the very difficult areas that government is gonna have to look at, including things like public sector pension commitments which are very generous, some of our big long-term defense commitments, the tax credit scheme. I mean all these things are very generous at the moment, and they are gonna have to be reappraised."

 

Domestically and globally the picture’s bleak. 2009 will be a dangerous year according to the World Bank.

 

"The IMF came out with a new global forecast recently, close to decline of about 1% of growth. We at the Bank will be coming out with ours soon, you know, probably in the range of 1 to 2 percent, but to put that number in a context, you haven’t seen a figure like that globally since World War II which really means since the Great Depression."

 

The G-20 Finance Ministers’ meeting last week made it clear that the pressure is growing for the main gathering in London to come up with ideas for sustainable rescue.

 


Ursula Errington, Sky News.

 

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Everyone’s got an opinion about how bad the global recession will be and what to do about it. Just as Gordon Brown has been trying to get European leaders to pump more money into their economies, respected forecasters, the Ernst and Young ITEM Club are warning that can’t be done in the UK.
Government borrowing is already on track to hit a record high of 180 billion pounds over the next financial year they say. That’s mainly because the Treasury isn’t being paid so much in tax.

“The real problem is that as a country, we are heavily dependent upon the city for tax revenue. We’ve already seen the Chancellor lose 6,7 billion pounds with the stamp duty. That’s the tip of an iceberg. And next year we’ll see some very big hits from corporation tax and income tax too.”

The report says the Chancellor faces a serious dilemma for the budget next month: put up taxes or cut spending. Some in opposition agree.

“What we need to do is restrain public spending, get government living within its means and over time deal with this massive massive deficit, because at the moment we are stacking up debts that our children will pay for many decades to come.”

But the government says to cut back on spending now would be a mistake.


This week unemployment hit two million and it’s set to rise even further. That means people have less money to spend. Businesses find their profits are getting weaker and they cut back on their output. And the Treasury gets less money from everyone’s tax bills. So for the moment, the government argues it has to keep public spending up to stop the problem getting worse. But the gap between what’s coming in and what’s going out is getting wider. When the recovery does happen, whoever’s in power will need to take some tough decisions on how to pay back what’s been borrowed.

"We’ve begun to sketch out some of the very difficult areas that government is gonna have to look at, including things like public sector pension commitments which are very generous, some of our big long-term defense commitments, the tax credit scheme. I mean all these things are very generous at the moment, and they are gonna have to be reappraised."

Domestically and globally the picture’s bleak. 2009 will be a dangerous year according to the World Bank.

"The IMF came out with a new global forecast recently, close to decline of about 1% of growth. We at the Bank will be coming out with ours soon, you know, probably in the range of 1 to 2 percent, but to put that number in a context, you haven’t seen a figure like that globally since World War II which really means since the Great Depression."

The G-20 Finance Ministers’ meeting last week made it clear that the pressure is growing for the main gathering in London to come up with ideas for sustainable rescue.


Ursula Errington, Sky News
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