Taxman's Mapeley deal was a step in the right direction

This week, shadow chancellor Oliver Letwin has been promising to cut £35bn in public spending if the Conservatives win the next general election. At the same time, a leak suggests that the Treasury's adviser Sir Peter Gershon has said that 80,000 government jobs can go. In both cases, the cuts ...

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