Monday March 30, 2020

Arguing over slices of non-existent cake

The government has only got itself to blame. For months now ministers have been dropping veiled hints about the possibility of tax cuts in the next Budget.

27th April, 2014

The government has only got itself to blame. For months now ministers have been dropping veiled hints about the possibility of tax cuts in the next Budget. This has given the impression that the exchequer finances might actually afford some leeway come Budget day. True to form this has led to a queue of others laying claim to this perceived bounty - teachers and other public service groups are lining up to seek higher pay....

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