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UK deficit-buster: Choose your cuts
Britain’s next chancellor will oversee the start of the most sustained squeeze on public spending in at least 60 years. Without huge tax rises, government departments will have to cut around £37bn from their budgets by 2013-14. Yet all three main parties refuse to explain how at least £30bn of these savings will be found.
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