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Andrew Lilico is chief economist at Policy Exchange
Comment: Getting it right, at last!

George Osborne’s emergency Budget finally starts to turn things around. By Andrew Lilico In real terms, there is about £100 billion in reduction in the deficit over this parliament – exactly what’s needed. He’s taken about £10 billion off the benefits bill and reducing spending on our bloated public sector by more than £60 billion…. Read more »