Friday, 21 May 2010

That coalition agreement in full

The government has now published the final version of its coalition agreement, which is effectively a new manifesto replacing the original manifestos of the Conservatives and the Lib Dems.

Read it here.

4 comments:

Dex said...

I'd be interested to hear your thoughts and opinions on the recent stock market collapse.

Nationalist said...

OK, but the stock market hasn't collapsed. It went down a bit, then it came back up.

Dex said...

So there isn't likely to be a Credit Crunch part 2?

Nationalist said...

The first credit crunch was local to each country, the next credit crunch is likely to be international, ie rather than bankrupt banks we'll have bankrupt countries. However, most likely, just as the banks were bailed out so will the countries be (Greece already has been) - the only problem is that it will cost more to do the bailing.