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The debate will centre on tax-cuts but we also need to discuss employee rights and higher wages

While Libya takes the spotlight, the British economy wheezes in the dark. Monday’s survey from Markit showed household finances worsening at their fastest rate since early 2009. Yesterday, a new poll from the Resolution Foundation confirmed that picture. Half of all low-to-middle income households say they’re running out of cash each month; only one in four are making regular savings. Many households now face the unenviable choice between cutting their spending…

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