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General Election 2015: Here's Where The UK's Main Political Parties Stand On The Economy

File photo dated 06/01/15 of money in a piggy bank, as the UK population is spending more and has a greater amount of money available to save each month after paying direct taxes, a quarterly health check of the country's economic well-being has shown.
File photo dated 06/01/15 of money in a piggy bank, as the UK population is spending more and has a greater amount of money available to save each month after paying direct taxes, a quarterly health check of the country's economic well-being has shown.
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The economy is the third most talked about issue on social media, so it's pretty clear we care about it.

What can sometimes be a little unclear, however, is what each party's policy is on it.

That's why we've teamed up with British Politics for Dummies to decode and demystify.

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