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Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
Academy of Medical Sciences

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George Osborne will speak tomorrow on Tory plans for 'fairness'
Fair-minded Osborne seeks attack on Brown

Shadow chancellor George Osborne is planning an autumn campaign to ensure Gordon Brown’s “obsession” with survival does not do “long-term damage” to Britain. Mr Osborne has launched a dossier outlining the ways in which the Conservatives believe the prime minister’s policies have made Britain more unfair. The Tories argue rising numbers of people in deep… Read more »

Govt shedding £15 billion on regional development agencies
Govt shedding £15 billion on regional development agencies

The government is shedding public money on its regional development agency (RDA) scheme, new research has revealed. An investigation conducted by the Taxpayers’ Alliance shows the economic performance of the areas RDAs work in has failed to improve and in some cases even slowed down, despite spending over £15 billion on the scheme. “RDAs have… Read more »