Clear messages needed from government

The next general election is not due until 2016. But you would think it is a lot sooner listening to some of the talk coming recently from government circles.

17th August, 2014

The next general election is not due until 2016. But you would think it is a lot sooner listening to some of the talk coming recently from government circles. Promises of tax cuts in the budget have been followed by hints that negotiations next year might reverse some of the public sector pay reductions introduced during the crisis. Usually politicians try to under-promise and over-deliver - reckoning that this will win them most popularity. This...

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