Poll shows that neither Cameron nor Miliband are trusted to perform safe cuts.
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Labour’s deficit reduction plans for the next parliament are genuinely different to those of the Conservatives.
Should we be patrolling with nuclear weapons when we face no current strategic threat and see ourselves as a constructive force for good in the world?
Heroic announcements on public service spending cannot detract from the reality of our economic situation.
An incoming Labour government will need an iron discipline on public spending and a bold plan for growth
In 2010 George Osborne set out his plan to rescue the UK’s economy, but this week we’ll once again see his failure laid bare. He told the country he would balance the books in this parliament, but his failure to get the economy moving again means that whoever is in government after May 2015 will inherit a deficit of over £90 billion.
Community Links’s Joe Randall explains the case for preventative spending, and argues that it is time the government actually acts on their rhetoric.