The treasury friendly Niesr graph

Here we have the fully adjusted, treasury-friendly Niesr economic graph which takes account of Britain's economic realities.

Here we have the fully adjusted, treasury-friendly Niesr economic graph which takes account of Britain’s economic realities. Austerity is working.

 Hat tip: Faisal Islam

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6 Responses to “The treasury friendly Niesr graph”

  1. LB

    It’s not working.

    It’s because you are ignoring the real issues.

    5,300 bn of pensions debts. You’ve no clue how to pay that. Growth doesn’t work. You would need growth of about 1,000% not 1% or 2% or even 5%.

  2. Newsbot9

    That’s right, you keep ignoring the fact that pension debts are not a new thing, as you continue to demand that pensions not be paid with your fraudulent figures.

  3. Newsbot9

    Working as intended, indeed.

  4. LB

    Not my figures. The governments.

    http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/dcp171766_263808.pdf

    Notice the link.

    Are the fraudulent? Partly, they are an underestimate.

    Where are your figures then?

    Ah yes, jurnalism. We don’t do figures in the creative meejah. It’s all post modernism.

  5. Newsbot9

    Yes, thanks I can see the figures. They’re very different from yours. Moreover, they’re not using them fraudulently.

    Yes, keep thinking creative media is journalism. You’re wrong as ever. And post-modernists like you have no sense of art.

  6. AU

    The long period of ‘growth’ prior to the recession created a larger bubble than usual. Hence the longer recovery period. It’s not rocket science.

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