Too much red meat

Blond, Phillip
April 2010
Prospect;Apr2010, Issue 169, p25
In this article the author discusses the result of the YouGov poll which focuses on the election between political parties in Great Britain. British Prime Minister David Cameron has led the election and expressed confidence of winning a social election because of his platform in economics. In addition, YouGov poll showed that voters will increase taxes and reduce public spending to create investment fund for towns to private sector and entrepreneurs.


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