The Chancellor's Autumn Statement: Reasons He'll Be Cheerful?
A recent Ipsos MORI poll for the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of the Arts, Manufacture and Commerce) found that 61% of Britons are concerned about the effects of cuts on them and their family over the next year. However, the Ipsos MORI Economic Optimism Index (EOI) shows that the public are beginning to feel slightly more positive about the direction of the economy compared to earlier in the year. Continue reading...
- Posted 3 February 2013
- UK Politics