Monday, March 08, 2010

A weak pound is no substitute for making tough decisions on debt

Liam Halligan is one of the few men in government-licensed media land who actually gets it. Obviously, he shillies and shallies about with 'essential public services' and the like, because he has to, otherwise he would get sacked.

However, if ever Maturin Towers were ever to go 'mainstream' (God forbid), and if you could somehow invest its rogue denizen with a decent education, a good set of connections, and a political ability to say what needs to be said without upsetting too many horses, then it would aspire to sounding a lot like Liam Halligan.

Top fellow.

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