The short answer: no. They’re simply being asked to deliver a bit more for the same amount of money.
Posts Tagged: Public Spending
Jeremy Lefroy MP: Evidence suggests that our Government, not the EU, controls public spending in Britain
Analysis of how our money is spent doesn’t support the claim that the oountry is run from Brussels.
The scale of the national debt shows that politicians cannot be trusted to deal responsibly with the public finances.
As we gather for our conference, there are signs that our message on tax, spending, welfare and the EU referendum is also cutting through.
Evidence from almost 20 OECD countries suggests that the claims of Ministers to the contrary are unsubstantiated.
The current enthusiasm for income tax cuts is in danger of getting out of hand.
It’s time to increase tax thresholds, extend the one per cent cap on public sector pay, and cut welfare spending for better-off people.
It’s insulting to those whose homes are flooded, and harmful to austerity, to equate “expensive” with “good” in public services.
Both can embrace true economic modernisation – and show in 2015 that the Tories herald the future, Labour the past.
The Chancellor should make it plain today that high government spending and taxes threaten our prosperity. Here’s my three-stage plan for recovery.
Johnathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrew Lilico, Andrea Leadsom MP and Simon Richards give their views.
We suggest new tools to “shame” governments which breach the fiscal rules and make the passing of a non-compliant budget more difficult.
The Lib Dem leader caricatured David Cameron’s call for a “leaner, more efficient state” – and then laid into the caricature.
When it’s well-deserved, there’s nothing wrong in expressing admiration for a political opponent. From a Conservative perspective on the Labour… Read more »