Stephen Kinsella: I'm more worried now than I was two weeks ago

'This is going to be a really weird time'

17th March, 2016
British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne Pic: Getty

George Osborne: You have to admire the brass neck of someone who can stand up in front of his nation and say that thing are getting better while simultaneously predicting that things are getting worse.

To create a cognitive dissonance like that inside of his own economy as Chancellor of the Exchequer - that’s hard. You have to almost clap.

But it’s bad. It means that things are going to be pretty grim...

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