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  1. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/vince-cable-brexit-crisis-worse-than-2008-crash-warns-referendum-liberal-democrat-a7709056.html I have noticed in recent days that companies are announcing reduced profits e.g HSBC, Sainsburys and i remembered Vince Cables recent warning. Is the UK heading towards a new economic storm that might be worse than the 07/08 financial crash ? UK Banks have never really recovered and with Brexit likely to cause Banks to lose business to the EU finance centres, how will this affect the UK economy. Many of these Banks transferring work to Brusse
  2. I keep an eye of what is going on around the world to see whether the problems the UK experiences are unique or just part of the current global situation. I quite often find that other countries are experiencing the same issues at the same time, because of the nature of the worlds markets being very instant and connected. Take for example Supermarkets, where in Australia a big chain there Woolworths ( no connection to UK shop) is experiencing some of the same issues as Tesco. Woolworths has just recorded a huge overall loss. http://www.smh.com.au/business/retail/woolworths-slum
  3. Hi all, I'm Johnny. I'm new here I was just about to send off an parking fine appeal, but just wanted to see if I'm in the right or not, because it's a bit sketchy. The facts: -I wanted to go into Ibis car park because I was told it was cheap -Entered Holiday Inn car park accidentally because of confusing road layout -Left Holiday Inn -Entered Ibis, spent around 5-10 mins parking because it was tight and realised that it was actually very expensive -Went back to Holiday Inn, saw that prices were cheaper so I parked -The sign gave a few options of how to pay. One
  4. Economic growth now seems to be on a downward path now in many countries, with the US just reporting that the latest growth is half of what was expected. Chinas actual growth is apparently about 3% and not the 6.9% reported,which was still lower than previously. UK growth is also slowing. There has been a run of companies reporting losses, which will hit the corporation tax take in the UK and elsewhere. This could well mean that unless further spending cuts are made or taxes are increased, UK and other countries will be borrowing more. Any government spending deficits might be difficult
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