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Why don't the banks just ask for more money to be printed out? watch


    The more money that is printed out, the less valuable it is. The gold bars stored in the Bank of England are in shortage compared to the amount of money that's circulating around the country. The gold bars give the money it's value, and they're becoming less available as time progresses.

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    Because this is a moronic economic policy.

    If you want a cup of tea to cost £8,000, that is the way to go. As difficult as it may be to believe, none of our politicians are this stupid.
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