The Chancellors plan has been to cut services and increase unemployment; its just making it all worse. Last year it was £903.0 billion is now £966.8 billion! So much for plan A, increased inflation, unemployment up and our debt getting ever worse.
The time has come to get the tax avoiders to pay up. Individuals as well as corporations. Some say that would gain up to £25 billion from industry alone. Even the HMRC claim it can end £35 billion avoidance.
And get the banks, who borrowed £850bn in bailout, to pay some of that money back.
Its time for change.
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