2013 Spending Round: the axe man cometh again


2013 Spending Round: the axe man cometh again

Economic Analysis

27 June 2013

Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, announced the UK government’s spending plans for 2015/16, pencilling in savings of £11.5bn in departments’ day-to-day budgets. We take a look at which departments were the winners and losers and who might feel the effects of the cuts within the economy.

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