Thank God the Bank of England has decided to increase the stimulus by £50 billion. This will do a power of good, and the money prudently invested will very likely return with profits and will have served so many people in the meantime.
Consumer spending could be given a boost by authorising credit cards for £500 to a £1000 for people even on social security, so it can tide them over, to buy winter woollies, blankets, coats, shoes, school-books, furniture and so on, but perhaps at interest rates around 6 or 7 percent APR. It is appaling to see people with young children borrowing money from lenders who charge 1459 percent per annum. How do they ever repay them??
Others will wish to buy cars or vans for work, tools of trade, or improve the ambience of their eating-houses.
If the money is distributed as widely as possible, so more people are given opportunity to participate, then that will ensure it comes back with healthy profits.
Helping first-time house buyers and people wishing but unable without some financial assistance to buy their local authority or housing association accomodation would also be a great idea.
It will be fitting in this the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Year for as many people in Britain as possible to be financially empowered, so that all can share and celebrate living in this green and pleasant land.