Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Fortunately We Have A Policy For That

Oh, you know.
LONDON (MarketWatch) -- The United Kingdom's fourth-quarter gross domestic product shrunk 0.2% quarter on quarter, pinched by weakness in the production and construction sectors, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics on Wednesday.

And first prize for non-sequitur goes to David Cameron.
The prime minister says the growth figures are "disappointing" but they reflect the size of the deficit inherited from Labour.