But I think it is clear that sooner or later, if unemployment continues to go up with geometrical progression as at present, that point of Budgetary Crisis must be reached.
The figures of unemployment rose, and at the beginning of this year we were faced with a Budgetary Crisis.
The cuts were inflicted in relation to a Budgetary Crisis.
If our people are not to be put back to work immediately and vast armies of unemployed appear on our streets, and men and women who have been earning high wages stop earning, the whole position will decline and the Prime Minister may find himself in a Budgetary Crisis before a year has passed after the conclusion of the war.
It is clear from almost all the contributions today - it is also clear from the choice of the Minister who will reply and from what the Prime Minister keeps talking about at summits and elsewhere-that the central issue is and remains the Budgetary Crisis and particularly the rebate or refund.
Is he aware that what the President was saying, in effect, was that if one was in a Budgetary Crisis one would have to fulfil the obligatory expenditure, and that the only area of fluidity was the non-obligatory expenditure to which one was not legally committed?
In conclusion, the House will realise that this has been a very difficult price fixing, against the background of the growing Budgetary Crisis facing the Community.
The theme running through many of the speeches this evening and yesterday was the Budgetary Crisis which the Secretary of State faces as he tries to match a declining level of resources in real terms with our defence needs and commitments.
While it was probably inevitable that the looming Budgetary Crisis would be avoided until after the German elections, will the Prime Minister tell the House whether there is any sign that the Federal Republic of Germany is now prepared to take action over surpluses in the CAP?
Our contention is that after nine and a half years of Government the time has come for a comprehensive defence review that will take account of the Budgetary Crisis that the Secretary of State skated over in his closing remarks.
In those circumstances, does he accept that community colleges that are caught between the two stools of further education funding and local authorities' restricted budgets face a Budgetary Crisis?
Yet we continue to hear that councils are facing a Budgetary Crisis and are having to make massive cuts in education.
The service is threatened because of the Budgetary Crisis.
Is that because youngsters think that they are more likely to be shot in Baghdad or Kabul, or is there a Budgetary Crisis?
Iraq and Afghanistan have been costly ventures financially, and although about £10 billion has come out of the urgent operational requirements the Ministry clearly faces a Budgetary Crisis.