Today it is reported that he has tried to stampede the markets again, just as Osborne does periodically, by suggesting that Britain might default on the national debt.
Pity the Queen cannot have him removed from her list of relations.
She certainly wouldn't want advice from a clown who thought the UK economy would go the same way as Iceland, Ireland, Turkey . . . Or was he just lying tendentiously then too?
I seem to recall that capital punishment is still applicable to traitors when Britain is at war . . . An earlier Lord Haw-Haw was shot.
PS In a further development it transpires that some on the Bank of England's monetary policy committee, including Mervyn King, voted for a £75 Bn increase in Quantitative Easing recently, rather than the £50 Bn decided upon.
The timing of the release of this information may say quite a bit about the high esteem in which the Bank holds its prospective Tory maistres, who have been knowledge hungry supplicants there of late. ROFLMAO!