U-turn: Is that fair ?

An interesting take on the recent Government embarrassment over tax credits.

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Hard-working people are against funding cuts (austerity) and even Keynesian economics believe that austerity is negative to economic growth. A huge number of people from different walk of life have been refusing budget cut as they believe austerity hits the hard working people, children and elderly people finally harm economic growth. But the handful representative of the government claim ‘austerity is the best’ and decide to impose it.

Money is the blood of the economy. lack of money, means, cutting budget is a symptom of seriously ill economy. The more investment, the more opportunities of production and employment. The more employment generate more money in the hand of people ultimately national income too. Economics always says ‘no worry’ about the increasing expenditure, but suggests just ‘learn how to earn’. This is simple ! even so-called leader fail to understand the truth and walk through the negative path in the name…

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My work background is in operational meteorology and in my career I have been involved in forecasting for everything from bananas to jumbo jets.I joined the Met Office 1974 as an observer at Glasgow Airport. After training as a forecaster, I worked as an Operational aviation forecaster at various defence sites and airports. In 1982, I moved to Glasgow Weather Centre as a forecaster and STV broadcaster till 1988. He then took up a post as Senior Forecaster London Weather Centre, then Senior Forecaster ITV where I qualified as a trainer in presentation techniques for the ITV Association. After being diagnosed with MS, he moved into management and became Head of London Weather Centre in 1997 followed by a period of front-line management for Southern England and Europe covering London and Cardiff Weather Centres and the Met Offices on defence stations from Akrotiri in Cyprus to St Mawgan in Cornwall. He took up the post of Met Office Chief Advisor for Scotland & Northern Ireland in March 2008 and moved to Edinburgh. I retired in September 2014. My one claim to fame is once performed a comedy sketch on TV with Manuel (Andrew Sachs) from Fawlty Towers in support of Comic Relief.

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