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Though there is still disagreement over the speed and extent of the cuts planned by the coalition government, there is recognition across the political spectrum that the gap between government revenue and spending needs to be closed.

Ironically, evidence that the economy is recovering faster than anticipated has strengthened the case for a more ambitious deficit reduction programme, since it seems…

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