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Tuesday, September 01, 2009

The Last Gasp

In the last gasp of a dying government, Gordon Brown attempted to play to the gallery and divert attention from the fallout of his 50% tax rate, by calling for an international debate on a possible cap on bonuses in the financial sector.

Debate there may well be.

However, there isn't a cat's chance in hell of their being a unified international agreement on a cap.

This ploy by Brown is designed to take people's eyes off the flight of capital and skilled resources from London, in response to his 50% tax rate and higher NI contributions.

Brown has bankrupted Britain, and is crippling London's role as the centre of the global financial services industry.

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