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U.K. | 5 Dec 2019 Would the Conservatives Really Run a Tight Fiscal Ship?
Over the summer, both Chancellor Javid and PM Johnson appeared to be repositioning the Conservatives, claiming that the era of austerity was over and that higher levels of spending and investment were justified.

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5 Dec 2019 Would the Conservatives Really Run a Tight Fiscal Ship?

By Samuel Tombs

Over the summer, both Chancellor Javid and PM Johnson appeared to be repositioning the Conservatives, claiming that the era of austerity was over and that higher levels of spending and investment were justified.

Posted: 4th Dec 2019 in 'U.K.'

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