Don't you find it strange that electrical goods and clothes and non essential items for the home have gone down in price. Yet food and petrol the everyday things needed have gone up.
One thing that does confuse me is this, if we are spending more in the shops than we did last year as the analysts say and we are not exporting enough to cover it. Then surely the chancellor ought to see a financial adviser. So they can explain that Britain is spending far more than it earns. After all the first rule of being in business is you can't spend what you don't earn. Surely someone should just whisper in Mr Browns ear it's bad and leads to loads of debt and that's really really bad for Britain and the economy.