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Dec 05, 2013

Autumn Statement 2013: Fuel duty frozen and rail fares capped

Nov 01, 2013

BLOG: Celebrations for JISAs, but misery for child trust funds

Oct 07, 2013

Osborne seeks EU clearance to split RBS

Sep 16, 2013

UK inflation poised to dip this week

Aug 01, 2013

‘You must urgently reconsider Help to Buy’: an open letter to the Chancellor

Jul 08, 2013

Osborne backs tough new laws for bankers

May 08, 2013

UK recovering slower than most developed countries

May 08, 2013

Wednesday newspaper round-up: UK economy, Dow Jones, retail figures…

Mar 20, 2013

Budget 2013: Govt to consult on switching child trust funds to Junior ISAs

Mar 19, 2013

British expats angry over Cyprus bank levy

Mar 18, 2013

Poor families will ‘gain nothing’ from personal allowance increase

Mar 18, 2013

Osborne to admit debt plan in ruins

Dec 12, 2012

BLOG: Gosling’s Grouse: thoughts on the Budget-lite

Nov 20, 2012

Chancellor looks to up tax on pensions of rich

Sep 12, 2012

George Osborne sets date for Autumn Statement

Aug 03, 2012

NIESR: Chancellor should tone down austerity measures

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