You can't fault the Chancellor's chutzpah. But his growth strategy is paper thin.
Minute-by-minute coverage of the Chancellor's speech to the Conservative Party conference.
The Chancellor promised to freeze council tax for two years in his 2008 conference speech.
Growth is now expected to be just 1.2 per cent in 2011.
A technical quirk will allow the government to skim small amounts each year from lower income households.
The Bank of England must restart quantitative easing. Then Osborne must slow his cuts.
UK should consider slowing "planned adjustment" if growth continues to disappoint, says the IMF.
Britain's economic problems are getting worse. It's time the government took notice.
Without further cuts and tax rises, Osborne will likely miss his pledge to eliminate the structural
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