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2012
unknownj
Just read this on our company intranet..

"Figures published by the Consumer Credit Counselling Service reveal the amount owned by some older people has increased by almost 60 per cent since Labour came to power."

So it's Labour's fault? How very arbitrary.. It's funny, because shares in LTSB dropped in value yesterday after I went to the bathroom - events which are equally as connected as those detailed in that quote..

Just because I've measured a property between points A and B, that's not to say that an event that occured at A is in some way responsible for a change in that property.. And to mention such an event is deliberately misleading.

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