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Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
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Osborne's emergency Budget will cover a four-year period
Osborne: ‘Road to ruin’ Britain needs cuts

By staff Failure to quickly address Britain’s public finances imbalances would set the country on the “road to ruin”, George Osborne has warned. The chancellor told The Andrew Marr Show Britain would see higher interest rates, rising unemployment and declining living standards if the “truly awful financial situation” he has inherited from Labour ministers… Read more »

Ed Miliband was among Labour negotiators during coalition talks with Lib Dems
Ed Miliband turns on ‘cavalier’ Lib Dems

By staff Labour leadership contender Ed Miliband has hit out at the “crypto-Tory” Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg, as huge spending cuts in Tuesday’s Budget loom. The shadow energy secretary said in an interview given to the Independent on Sunday newspaper that part of the reason formal coalition talks between the Lib Dems and… Read more »