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Autumn budget statement - The end of the line for Cameron/Osborne?


Aug 6, 2008
I think that today's statement will end any hopes that the Tories will be in government after the next election.

We do need a plan B. Unfortunately Osborne has backed himself into a corner where any sort of meaningful stimulus will be seen as a political defeat. If he's supposed to be some sort of super political strategist how has he let this happen?

We'll get more of the same today. Three more years of austerity and zero growth isn't going to win an election.

Personally I think that George and David are a couple of media obsessed muppets who lack any kind of political vision or conviction. Question is are Miliband and Balls going to do any better?
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