George Osborne will not be blown off course by bad weather. God help us all.

Britain’s ‘recovery’ went into reverse today, a “stunning blow to the Government” according to the Evening Standard. Howard Archer of IHS Global Insight said: “This is a stunningly bad outcome”. Hetal Mehta of Daiwa Capital Markets Europe said: “This is an absolute disaster for the economy”.

George Osborne said: “There is no question of changing a fiscal plan that has established international credibility on the back of one very cold month. That would plunge Britain back into a financial crisis. We will not be blown off course by bad weather”.

Baldrick Osborne might well have said: “I have a cunning plan” or perhaps “Crisis? What crisis”.

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  1. Oh, this is brilliant. You have to do this. We can call it “baldrick bingo” or something.

    Watch the video on the BBC news page:

    And take a drink whenever he uses one of the following phrases (or comments):

    “disappointing figures”

    “coldest/worst december for 100 years”

    mentions the ONS/the statisticians

    mentions manufacturing performing strongly/growing

    “blown off course by bad weather” (which is just a repeat of a cameron comment anyway)

    Does he even realise what a parroting imbecile he sounds like?

    Good grief.

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