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Summer Budget 2015: the Prospect panel

The experts' view on the big surprises and statements

By Prospect Team  

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne heads to the House of Commons to deliver his first Tory-only Budget. ©Yui Mok/PA Wire/Press Association Images

With one hand George Osborne giveth, and with the other he taketh away: today’s budget was pitched as a move toward a society which is both “higher wage” and “lower welfare.” On the former end of the equation was Osborne’s biggest headline announcement, the…

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