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Black Thursday, the day the cost of the banking bailout was finally identified, was a game changer. Not all politicians have copped on yet, but give it a couple of weeks and the penny will drop.

16th October, 2010

Black Thursday, the day the cost of the banking bailout was finally identified, was a game changer.

Not all politicians have copped on yet, but give it a couple of weeks and the penny will drop.

The most significant announcement from a political perspective was the government’s declaration that it would produce a tough four year plan for economic recovery.

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