Saturday, November 20, 2010

Hague hopes

William Hague has raised doubts about the future of the euro, saying it was impossible to know whether the currency would collapse. However, he said he "hoped" that the euro would survive, but added: "Who knows?"

So, the Wondrous Willie hopes the euro will survive, does he? And why would that be?

Meanwhile, Tory ego Edward Leigh has warned: "The British people want to be assured at a time when very painful cuts are being made here that good money is not being thrown after bad in driving the Irish further into the sclerotic arms of the euro which caused the problems in the first place."

Excuse me? What "painful cuts"?