Have you 'never had it better' than in the recession?
Lord Young says that low interest rates mean that homeowners have seen their monthly mortgage payments reduced and that spending cuts had protected the value of the pound. Are you someone who is better off as a result of these measures?
He also said "I have a feeling and a hope that when this goes through, people will wonder what all the fuss was about."
Do you think there is any truth in his comments or were they "both inaccurate and insensitive" as his statement of apology says? Are you having it better in the recession? Was Lord Young right to resign?
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