Not out of the woods yet

March 2013
Meat Trades Journal;3/29/2013, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's views on the fourth budget to parliament presented by Chancellor George Osborne. He thinks that Osborne is trying to deceive the British people with an extensive array of numbers albeit the real growth forecast that trend downwards. The author thinks that the Chancellor needs to admit the chances of meeting the deteriorated debt target that can take longer to rectify.


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