Seller
Your price
£9.99
Out of Stock

How to Cut Public Spending

(and Still Win and Election)

Format: Paperback
Publisher: Biteback, London, United Kingdom
Published: 24th Mar 2010
Dimensions: w 129mm h 198mm d 26mm
Weight: 308g
ISBN-10: 1849540152
ISBN-13: 9781849540155
Barcode No: 9781849540155
Synopsis
The Government is spending more than GBP5 for every GBP4 it raises in taxes, racking up hundreds of billions in new debts. The recession has exposed the parlous state of the public finances. Politicians' irresponsible borrowing threatens to create a new economic crisis, driven by excessive, wasteful spending. If serious cuts aren't made then Britons face years of tax hikes and economic decline. All the major parties are planning to cut spending but none of them have set out a credible programme to make the tens of billions of cuts needed. In How to cut public spending, the TaxPayers' Alliance - Britain's independent campaign for lower taxes and better public services - presents the most thorough investigation yet of this vital issue and a plan to turn things around. Edited by Matthew Sinclair, their Research Director, it includes a detailed examination of the records of the major parties and sets out a detailed programme of potential cuts and essential reforms to ensure taxpayers get better value for money. Expert authors from around the world set out their experience of what it takes to successfully get a country's public finances in order.

New & Used

Seller Information Condition Price
-New
Out of Stock

What Reviewers Are Saying

Be the first to review this item. Submit your review now