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George Osborne's determination to reduce the deficit increasingly seems like a form of extremism, in which the end seems to justify any means.
When Michelle Dorrell, an angry Conservative voter confronted a government minister on Question Time, planned cuts to tax credits went t
We're told that the Conservatives, freed from the limitations of Coalition government, can now pursue the policies they really believe in.
The idea of a compulsory National Living Wage sounds very attractive, and will no doubt grab most of the budget headlines.
In May 2010 our economy had bounced back from the banking crisis and was growing well.
Responding to yesterday's Autumn Statement, a leading charity says that George Osborne is still not taking child overly seriously.
Chancellor George Osborne is trying his best to spin his way out of trouble on the failures of austerity economics to deliver sustainable, widespread recovery and reduce debt.
In 1904 Winston Churchill (then a Liberal MP) said that the Conservative Party stood for "cheap labour for millionaires". In his Autumn Statement today (3 Decemeber) the current Conservative Chancellor did nothing to dispel this image.
In its response to the Budget statement, the Green Party of England and Wales says the Chancellor is ignoring the needs of ordinary citizens.
Caritas Social Action Network, an official arm of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, has accused the Chancellor of “failing the poorest” in his Budget.
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