Thursday, 7 January 2010

Labour 'Investment'

'British Gas said it could not immediately confirm that it had cut off some customers in line with Grid demands but said the problems were caused by transmission overload rather than the potential shortage of supplies ....
"If anything there is an oversupply of gas and certainly no shortage at this time. This [the current problem] is about moving it around the country," said a spokesman. (Guardian)

13 years of investment in UK infrastructure, missing because of Brown.  He invested in buying voters, but not in roads, railways, ports,  power grids, water supplies, flood control systems, housing, pensions; no wonder industry and manufacturing are in dire straits.

Enough with schools'n'hospitals.  Where's everyone supposed to go to work when they aren't ill and have finished school?

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