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Cuts Watch #92: IFS say public service cuts will be deepest since WW2

23 Jun 2010, by in Cuts Watch

IFS’s budget analysis suggests we are facing the “longest and deepest sustained cuts to spending on public services since at least WW2”. The presentation can be downloaded here, with more details on their main site.

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