Google News has revealed the new playbook that the Nazi Party is using to attack the UK as it seeks to reverse the country’s economic recovery.
In the UK’s Conservative Party conference, party members will discuss a report prepared by a special committee which was commissioned to examine “how the UK can take advantage of the world economic recovery”.
“The report, which will be presented in a closed session to the conference, will be given a briefing to members on Monday at the conference,” Google said in a statement.
The document, entitled “The Great Recession and the Coming Recovery”, was commissioned by the Conservative Party after the Brexit vote and was released on Thursday.
Its authors argued that the “Great Recession and recovery” was the “new Hitler playbook” for a “new era of austerity”.
The report claims the UK is experiencing a “Great Depression” which is being driven by “financial instability”.
It warns that “economic recovery will require further cuts and a renewed emphasis on tax and spending”.
It concludes that the UK has “a growing economic dependency on the European Union” and will be unable to make up the lost revenue.
“If the UK fails to make the necessary adjustments, it will likely enter a second Great Depression in the near future,” it said.
The report argues that Britain “is now in a new phase of economic recovery” after a “successful re-election” in May.
The Tories are now “deep in the grip of a crisis” which will result in a “catastrophic economic situation” in the UK, it said, adding that the Tories were now “in the grips of a financial crisis”.
The document says that the Conservative party was the first major political party in Europe to adopt a “fiscal discipline” policy, arguing that the party is “trying to restore fiscal discipline to its party in order to ensure a successful re-elect”.
It states that the country is now in “a recession” with the UK “struggling to balance its budget”, with the government unable to raise enough money to maintain the services that it needs to run the country.
“This means that the government is now facing a budget deficit of up to 2.3% of GDP, which is significantly higher than the UK average of 0.8% of gross domestic product,” it says.
It also states that “the Tories’ current fiscal position is unsustainable and will lead to a budget surplus of up, at least, £1.2bn by 2020”.
“It is no surprise that the Conservatives have been working hard to convince the public that the austerity measures proposed by the government are justified,” it adds.
The government is already planning to spend up to £1bn a year to fund its services and “ensure that we have sufficient public sector jobs and support for the NHS to be able to meet our needs”.
Google also said that the report would be “a major opportunity for the government to discuss how the Conservatives can deliver on its promises of a prosperous, prosperous, and secure future for the UK”.