The Gordon Brown Growth Riddle


Gordon has two different targets for Britain’s future, but it is going to hard to satisfy both of them.

For the economy we need to grow by 30% in ten years to pay off our enormous debts.

To meet our carbon reduction commitments, on the other hand, in the absence of a technological miracle, we need to shrink our economy by 30% in ten years.

Has Gordon even thought that he now has two completely impossible targets, one diametrically opposed to the other?

Or is the truth that he knows he’ll be gone soon with the election looming, and he can utter total bollocks and it maketh not a jot of difference?

PICTURED – Lula De Silva cannot work it out either.

UPDATE – Taxpayers Alliance 30% Reduction in Growth Figure.

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