Osborne’s £4 Billion Budget Black Hole

So the Budget vote goes ahead tomorrow with a £4 billion spending black hole – the money to pay for the PIP u-turn will not be found until the autumn.

The government will also u-turn on the tampon tax and solar panels, not opposing Labour’s amendments.

The PMOS says Cameron “absolutely” retains full confidence in the Chancellor…


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Peter Mandelson tells Emma Barnett…

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