Monday May 25, 2020

Cuts necessary, but what about reform?

While the banking crisis festered in the background, the week was dominated by the government’s four year plan.

27th November, 2010

While the banking crisis festered in the background, the week was dominated by the government’s four year plan.

How strange to see an administration in its final months producing a plan which will be implemented long after it has been thrown out of office.

But we live in strange times - and there is no doubt that the publication of the plan and the passing of the budget are critical.

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