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Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:13 PM

 

 

....have been the biggest borrowers over the last 70 years? Anyone guess?

 

 

https://tinyurl.com/y6amsf3y

 

"Sources of funding

From 1 November 2016 I am employed 3.5 days a week as Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City, University of London. I am principally engaged by them to undertake research on the European tax gap, country-by-country reporting, BEPS implementation and related issues as part of a multi-university Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Union."

 

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) ............

 

Yeah no bias there >:-) .........

 

 

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pelmetman - 2019-11-05 9:24 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:13 PM

 

 

....have been the biggest borrowers over the last 70 years? Anyone guess?

 

 

https://tinyurl.com/y6amsf3y

 

"Sources of funding

From 1 November 2016 I am employed 3.5 days a week as Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City, University of London. I am principally engaged by them to undertake research on the European tax gap, country-by-country reporting, BEPS implementation and related issues as part of a multi-university Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Union."

 

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) ............

 

Yeah no bias there >:-) .........

None at all. Typically you didn't read fully so i'll help you out.

 

There is a note on data sources at the end.

 

The basic data on borrowing came from the House of Commons Library.

 

GDP data from 1955 came from the 2015 budget GDP deflators. The 2015-16 estimate came from the July 2015 budget report. The data for the period period to 1955 came from the Bank of England. Data was checked to the Treasury Pocket Data Book: as is usual there are minor differences, but too small to worry about.

 

Do you know what the House of Commons Library is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Bank of England is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Treasury is? *-)

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Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:34 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-05 9:24 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:13 PM

 

 

....have been the biggest borrowers over the last 70 years? Anyone guess?

 

 

https://tinyurl.com/y6amsf3y

 

"Sources of funding

From 1 November 2016 I am employed 3.5 days a week as Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City, University of London. I am principally engaged by them to undertake research on the European tax gap, country-by-country reporting, BEPS implementation and related issues as part of a multi-university Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Union."

 

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) ............

 

Yeah no bias there >:-) .........

None at all. Typically you didn't read fully so i'll help you out.

 

There is a note on data sources at the end.

 

The basic data on borrowing came from the House of Commons Library.

 

GDP data from 1955 came from the 2015 budget GDP deflators. The 2015-16 estimate came from the July 2015 budget report. The data for the period period to 1955 came from the Bank of England. Data was checked to the Treasury Pocket Data Book: as is usual there are minor differences, but too small to worry about.

 

Do you know what the House of Commons Library is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Bank of England is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Treasury is? *-)

 

I also know what Lefty spin is >:-) ...........

 

 

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pelmetman - 2019-11-06 7:04 AM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:34 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-05 9:24 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:13 PM

 

 

....have been the biggest borrowers over the last 70 years? Anyone guess?

 

 

https://tinyurl.com/y6amsf3y

 

"Sources of funding

From 1 November 2016 I am employed 3.5 days a week as Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City, University of London. I am principally engaged by them to undertake research on the European tax gap, country-by-country reporting, BEPS implementation and related issues as part of a multi-university Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Union."

 

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) ............

 

Yeah no bias there >:-) .........

None at all. Typically you didn't read fully so i'll help you out.

 

There is a note on data sources at the end.

 

The basic data on borrowing came from the House of Commons Library.

 

GDP data from 1955 came from the 2015 budget GDP deflators. The 2015-16 estimate came from the July 2015 budget report. The data for the period period to 1955 came from the Bank of England. Data was checked to the Treasury Pocket Data Book: as is usual there are minor differences, but too small to worry about.

 

Do you know what the House of Commons Library is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Bank of England is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Treasury is? *-)

 

I also know what Lefty spin is >:-)

Meaning you couldn't dispute the data sources. (lol)

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Bulletguy - 2019-11-06 2:50 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-06 7:04 AM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:34 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-05 9:24 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:13 PM

 

 

....have been the biggest borrowers over the last 70 years? Anyone guess?

 

 

https://tinyurl.com/y6amsf3y

 

"Sources of funding

From 1 November 2016 I am employed 3.5 days a week as Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City, University of London. I am principally engaged by them to undertake research on the European tax gap, country-by-country reporting, BEPS implementation and related issues as part of a multi-university Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Union."

 

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) ............

 

Yeah no bias there >:-) .........

None at all. Typically you didn't read fully so i'll help you out.

 

There is a note on data sources at the end.

 

The basic data on borrowing came from the House of Commons Library.

 

GDP data from 1955 came from the 2015 budget GDP deflators. The 2015-16 estimate came from the July 2015 budget report. The data for the period period to 1955 came from the Bank of England. Data was checked to the Treasury Pocket Data Book: as is usual there are minor differences, but too small to worry about.

 

Do you know what the House of Commons Library is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Bank of England is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Treasury is? *-)

 

I also know what Lefty spin is >:-)

Meaning you couldn't dispute the data sources. (lol)

 

Seems like even Labour former minister don't believe your b*llocks >:-) (lol) (lol) (lol) ...........

 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/vote-tory-urges-former-labour-mp-ian-austin-nk52kpmng

 

 

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pelmetman - 2019-11-07 8:09 AM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-06 2:50 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-06 7:04 AM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:34 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-05 9:24 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:13 PM

 

 

....have been the biggest borrowers over the last 70 years? Anyone guess?

 

 

https://tinyurl.com/y6amsf3y

 

"Sources of funding

From 1 November 2016 I am employed 3.5 days a week as Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City, University of London. I am principally engaged by them to undertake research on the European tax gap, country-by-country reporting, BEPS implementation and related issues as part of a multi-university Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Union."

 

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) ............

 

Yeah no bias there >:-) .........

None at all. Typically you didn't read fully so i'll help you out.

 

There is a note on data sources at the end.

 

The basic data on borrowing came from the House of Commons Library.

 

GDP data from 1955 came from the 2015 budget GDP deflators. The 2015-16 estimate came from the July 2015 budget report. The data for the period period to 1955 came from the Bank of England. Data was checked to the Treasury Pocket Data Book: as is usual there are minor differences, but too small to worry about.

 

Do you know what the House of Commons Library is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Bank of England is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Treasury is? *-)

 

I also know what Lefty spin is >:-)

Meaning you couldn't dispute the data sources. (lol)

 

Seems like even Labour former minister don't believe your b*llocks >:-) (lol) (lol) (lol) ...........

 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/vote-tory-urges-former-labour-mp-ian-austin-nk52kp

Yet another Pelmet fail......couldn't dispute the data sources which clearly list the facts.....so post a totally irrelevant off topic link. It's what you always do. *-)

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Bulletguy - 2019-11-07 2:15 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-07 8:09 AM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-06 2:50 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-06 7:04 AM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:34 PM

 

pelmetman - 2019-11-05 9:24 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2019-11-05 9:13 PM

 

 

....have been the biggest borrowers over the last 70 years? Anyone guess?

 

 

https://tinyurl.com/y6amsf3y

 

"Sources of funding

From 1 November 2016 I am employed 3.5 days a week as Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City, University of London. I am principally engaged by them to undertake research on the European tax gap, country-by-country reporting, BEPS implementation and related issues as part of a multi-university Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Union."

 

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) ............

 

Yeah no bias there >:-) .........

None at all. Typically you didn't read fully so i'll help you out.

 

There is a note on data sources at the end.

 

The basic data on borrowing came from the House of Commons Library.

 

GDP data from 1955 came from the 2015 budget GDP deflators. The 2015-16 estimate came from the July 2015 budget report. The data for the period period to 1955 came from the Bank of England. Data was checked to the Treasury Pocket Data Book: as is usual there are minor differences, but too small to worry about.

 

Do you know what the House of Commons Library is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Bank of England is? *-)

 

Do you know what the Treasury is? *-)

 

I also know what Lefty spin is >:-)

Meaning you couldn't dispute the data sources. (lol)

 

Seems like even Labour former minister don't believe your b*llocks >:-) (lol) (lol) (lol) ...........

 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/vote-tory-urges-former-labour-mp-ian-austin-nk52kp

Yet another Pelmet fail......couldn't dispute the data sources which clearly list the facts.....so post a totally irrelevant off topic link. It's what you always do. *-)

 

Blimey Dumb Dumb *-) .............

 

Any IDIOT knows a Tory government will have to borrow money after a Labour government to REPAIR the damage YOU IDIOTS HAVE CAUSED >:-) .........

 

 

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