I note that the UK is not on that list, now who might be to blame for that?
Gordon Brown of course... As I blogged yesterday
'Gordon Brown - who employed Ed Miliband and Ed Balls as advisers during his years as chancellor - is often accused by opponents of selling off Britain's gold reserves far too cheaply.
He decided to dispose of almost 400 tonnes of gold between 1999 and 2002 - the majority of Britain's reserves - for between $256 and $296 an ounce, only to watch it soar up to $1,615 per ounce.' The article about today's PMQs is here. The whole truth is rarely to be found on the BBC anywhere.'