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A clear divide

For those who wanted a political choice, you have it. The Government has opted for borrowing, tax cuts now, particularly for the less well-off and tax increases after the next election for the rich.

The Tories would probably give less away, borrow less and cut spending more, although they have the luxury of opposition and so provide less detail. The rest will be up to the voters. Now they have a choice, we think voters should be given the opportunity to exercise it as soon as possible.

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