Thursday October 29, 2020


What we need is a viable plan, not paralysis

23rd October, 2010

How much is too much?

The public could be forgiven for feeling sick and tired of all the figures flying round about how much money we need to be cut, and when.

The government should have started to get on top of this months ago, but the pressures of the banking crisis and the lengthy summer break mean that it is all being done, yet again, in crisis mode.

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