Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Face up to our debt - or end up like Greece

Yesterday was the day the elephant in the room could be ignored no more. The hugely-respected Institute for Fiscal Studies shattered the silence over the issue no party in this phoney election has had the courage to address...
It gave in frightening detail the spending cuts and tax rises required to reduce Britain's terrifying national debt.
Worst of all - and it is a devastating indictment, because they are actually in power - the IFS says the Labour Party has failed to specify an incredible 87 per cent - or £45.8billion - of its planned cuts Read more...


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