Thursday, 27 November 2008

Gordon Brown names the date for the end of the recession

Gordon Brown has decreed that the UK economy will start to grow again in the 3rd Quarter 2009. This will prove to be another fudged figure, but for a laugh here is a countdown to keep track of how long it is until the Brown recession ends.

Watch Darling the puppet chancellor make the announcement here




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8 comments:

Mark Wadsworth said...

Nice one.

Martin Cole said...

Thanks I have added it to the sidebar of my blog.

What happens when it reaches zero will it carry on running in red?prests

Not a sheep said...

Thanks, I have added it to mine as well.

Rachel Joyce said...

Can we have a counter with national debt in it?

John M Ward said...

Now this I like! I too have added it to my sidebar, as well as posting a short 'blog item that links to this article.

Fidothedog said...

Cheers added that one and the days till cyclops is kicked out.

JJ said...

Funny this... the government office I work at is planning for it keep getting worse through 2009 and reach its worst not until September/October 2009 (when they believe unemployment will peak), and stay that way for a year or so afterwards.

bogbrush said...

Phew! Under 200 days to go. This could be rough, but at least we're nearly through it!