As the global economies all begin to scamble out of the recession hole the UK could be about to be hit with rapid inflation. The quantative easing strategy work well in the short term bringing some stability and giving a bit of a breather to the economy.
However money supply is at a danger levels already and will inevitably culminate in interest rate hikes. This in turn will lead to inflation and as the Unions accross the UK pitch for wage increases we can anticipate strikes. This is looking like a seventies
situation all over again!
The good news is that after the coming storm the long term future appears bright. Can the UK Government lead through the storm? History says probably not. Batten down the hatches its going to be a bumby decade