George Osborne sets out 'cut now or pay later' Budget case - Dudley News

Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers' Alliance, said:

"As well as declaring war on waste and lighting the elusive bonfire of the quangos, big decisions should have been taken to reduce spending for the longer term, including getting rid of 'ring-fenced' spending, scrapping wasteful projects like HS2 and abolishing entire departments like BIS and DCMS.

"What's more, there have been too many missed opportunities to reform pernicious taxes like stamp duty and ineffective ones like corporation tax, and the Chancellor should follow through on his talk of tax simplification. There is no longer any room for complacency in a global economy that is far from settled."

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George Osborne sets out 'cut now or pay later' Budget case - Dudley News
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