public spending cuts

Britain's double-dip recession was erased from history today after widespread revisions to official data. The Office for
Chancellor George Osborne will today draw up the battle lines for the next general election as he sets out his final spending
Chancellor George Osborne has reached agreement with Cabinet colleagues over the extent of cuts to their budgets. Over the
Voters have been warned the public spending cuts begun under the coalition in 2010 could last for more than a decade, with