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Senior UK politicians are under for going on vacation during the current global economic . In Britain, the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Chancellor are all on holiday. British Foreign Secretary William Hague, the most politician left in Britain, said this was not a and that his government was still “fully functioning”. Mr Hague said Britain was “not in the line” of the world’s financial problems as as other countries. Opposition chancellor Ed Balls disagreed with Mr Hague and accused the government of failing to provide leadership when it mattered . He said there was “a gaping hole where British leadership should be” with the UK Government “absent from the global economic debate at this critical ”.

Prime Minister David Cameron is a $15,000-a-week holiday in France with his family. He did take some time to talk to the governor of the Bank of England about the growing economic crisis and the turmoil in the markets caused by the downgrading of America’s credit . Chancellor George Osbourne also made phone calls to other European finance ministers his vacation in Los Angeles. Opposition politician Angela Eagle urged the government leaders to “get a and show some leadership”. She said: “I don’t begrudge a holiday…they have stressful jobs, but I think it is extraordinary that they are all away at the same time.” Her Colleague John Mann said; “They’ve left a junior banker in charge. It shows they haven’t got a what to do.”

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
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