Stop the Credit Crunch

To Gordon Brown Prime Minister From UK Mortgage Advisers Dear Prime Minister The UK 2008, your first full year as Prime Minister. We have seen increased bankruptcies, increased repossessions, increased borrowing costs, lenders running out of money, our mortgage industry in crisis, homes lost, lives ruined. This credit crunch is not our fault, we did not cause it and although we would solve it if we could the truth is we can\'t. What we can do though is act together, unite in sending a strong message to you and make sure we can look back and say we did everything possible. Prime Minister, you were Chancellor for over 10 years and delivered us a stable economy in which we could manage and grow our businesses and add to the economy. Now you are Prime Minister what on earth is going on For the sake of our businesses, the people we employ and the millions of British voters that our industry serves. PLEASE PRIME MINISTER SORT IT OUT! We know it is a tough one, we know it is a global problem, we don\'t blame you, but that is why you were elected, to deal with the big problems. Decisive action is being taken by governments and banks all around the world. You are Prime Minister of Great Britain please act now before it is too late. THE CREDIT CRUNCH - PLEASE PRIME MINISTER SORT IT OUT

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David Burrows Managing Director of Secured Loan Services Ltd would like to ensure that the Prime Minister is aware of the strength of feeling within the Mortgage and Secured Loan Broking Industry and would therefore welcome the support of all Advisers across the UK in sending a clear message to Gordon Brown. Please add your name to our growing list and please forward this petition to other Mortgage Advisers that you know. The more names we get the stronger the message.

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