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Articles tagged with George Osborne

How Cameron is staying strong on Plan A

How Cameron is staying strong on Plan A

The prime minister doesn’t look far for his economic advice but, as the Budget looms, he remains committed to his chancellor’s economic strategy

Tax avoidance isn't a dirty practice

by Shane Greer / 22 Mar 2011

Individuals and companies who avoid tax are simply conforming with their obligations. What's wrong with that?

Four years to save his party

by Andrew Hawkins / 23 Feb 2011

Andrew Hawkins reckons George Osborne has little time to prove to a doubtful public that his party's economic policies are sound

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George Osborne seeks his place in history

George Osborne seeks his place in history

by George Pascoe-Watson / 26 Jun 2011

The chancellor is at the very heart of the coalition government, but his legacy depends not on his strong relationship with the prime minister, but with his ability to eliminate the deficit, says George Pascoe-Watson

The growth strategy

by George Pascoe-Watson / 01 Mar 2011

In his new column, George Pascoe-Watson examines the likely themes of the Budget on 23 March

2011: the coalition's annus horribilis?

2011: the coalition's annus horribilis?

by Andrew Hawkins / 18 Feb 2011

The public mood towards the coalition is growing increasingly negative, Andrew Hawkins discovers

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