Monday, November 23, 2009

IMF sides with Brown over Tories.

Speaking ahead of the British PM, the managing director of the IMF said that the world owed a debt of gratitude to Mr Brown.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn said the top priority in rich countries should be making plans to clean up the fiscal mess left by more than a year of crisis-fighting efforts, but added that it was still too early to remove emergency support.

"We recommend erring on the side of caution, as exiting too early is costlier than exiting too late," he said.

Mr Strauss Khan also said Britain's economic recovery was likely to be "somewhat subdued".

CBI Conference: IMF Backs Gordon Brown Brown On Fiscal Stimulus | Politics | Sky News

Will the UK do the same thing the US did 9 years ago and piss the world off out of voter apathy?

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