TO INSIST UK
CUSTOMERS BE TOLD MONEY FROM THE EUROPEAN
have thought the £37 billion of taxpayer's money
which will reach possibly hundreds of billions over
the next few years would be able to ensure that
funds are available to Companies and the
according to the article in the Daily Mail by
Chapman Deputy Political Editor
FAIR DEAL FOR SMALL FIRMS
Banks urged to
use £4bn EU fighting fund to help small firms.
condition of borrowing is that they make it clear to
customers that they are borrowing EU cash and that
the full discount passed on to each customer.
[When one considers
that EU membership costs the UK over
£10,000,000,000 a year
with the UK trade deficit with the
rest of the EU is over
The EU needs to
trade with Britain whereas our exports are
larger to the world at large.
This is the same
GOVERNMENT which is likely to be fined by the
in the way bucket loads of money from the European
Regional Development Fund (ERDF) has been spent in
the North East and North West of England .
[It is no
coincidence that those areas are in Labour's
heartland and are heavily
already by on the whole the South East England
Democrat treasury spokesman Vince Cable said the
Government must take a much harder line on the banks
to ensure lending is maintained.
Government should not simply sit in the background
hoping vaguely that the banks will comply" he said.,
report that their credit lines are being cut
arbitrary. This is simply not on.'
HAVE GOT GORDON BROWN ON THE RUN ONLY A NEW PRIME
MINISTER CAN BRING THE BANKS IN LINE.]