The Spending Plan

The Spending Plan Explained

1) freeze the basic state pension and minimum income guarantee in 2016–17, then uprate with CPI Spending on the state pension and pension credit has become unaffordable. The “triple lock” promise – that pensions will always rise by whichever is higher out of inflation, earnings growth or 2.5 per cent... Read more...

About The Spending Plan

In 2015, the TaxPayers’ Alliance released the landmark report, The Spending Plan, which set out comprehensive proposals for savings and reforms that would reduce public spending by 2020 to 35.2 per cent of GDP. The proposals set out in The Spending Plan eliminates wasteful and unnecessary programmes and departments in... Read more...