Chancellor has briefed Cabinet on Autumn Statement – we are on the right track and making progress.What right track is that Dave?
— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) December 5, 2012
In todays Tax avoiding Guardian John Redwood says :
" In fact, none of this shadow boxing matters very much. For a start, Osborne's deficit reduction strategy has always been wrongly described. Far from cutting current public spending, or even total public spending, he put it up in the first couple of years. There were individual areas of cuts, but overall the UK economy has recorded growth in its public sector. Austerity fell on the private sector through tax rises and inflationary price increases, especially of energy. The chancellor promised easy money to fuel a recovery, but the Bank of England has struggled to deliver this."
As in Labours years its always the private sector that suffer......