Tuesday, 26 January 2010


In today Daily Mirror.Gordon Brown yesterday warned the Tories would shatter a fragile “triangle of recovery.”Figures out today showed recession is over, with estimates of a 0.4% growth in the economy between October and December.
The data should reveal a slow recovery among service and manufacturing firms and come after the MP expressed his growing confidence in the economy. But he said the way to cut national debit expected to reach £178 billion next year was to use a “triangle “of measures. That involves cutting public spending; raising taxes and boosting economic growth .Mr Brown said a Tory government would scupper that policy he added:”The biggest mistake we could make would be to withdrew the supportive actions we need for growth and jobs.”