"Prime Minister David Cameron faced renewed pressure to do more to spur the economy after figures showed Britain is in a deeper recession than first estimated.
His political opponents said the slump is the result of too much austerity, not the euro-region crisis. Business lobbies and economists said the downturn bodes ill for investment and may make it harder to cut the deficit as tax revenue weakens."
-- Boy, do they not get it. But as it has been with the realization that Iran is a power to be reckoned with, when they finally do get it, the switch will be immediate and without fanfare. -- Jenna Orkin