Even the most optimistic scenario put forward by the NHS’ Five Year Review would require an additional £8 bn a year by 2020.
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We must be watchful of a spinning of facts by this government to justify its policies. Nowhere has this been more apparent than when Cameron and co talk about government borrowing.
Last night’s IMF reassessment on the UK economy is a massive boost for Ed Balls’s 5-point plan for growth, writes Cormac Hollingsworth.
Projections released by the OBR today reveal the full scale of the long term fiscal challenge facing the UK
As the Finance Bill reaches its final stages in the Commons today, Ed Balls has called on George Osborne to u-turn on bonuses, the 50p cut and the ‘granny tax’.
This country is relying too heavily on pre-crisis policy ideas that have since been disproved.