The left-leaning Guardian highlights that the Conservative Party is split over tax-credit cuts – it maintains that some Conservative MPs are deeply uneasy about rhetoric suggesting working families won’t be worse off next April.
The Guardian signals the move from austerity-lite to full-blown austerity.
Now that George Osborne has an enlarged portfolio that seems to allow him to dictate both foreign and defense policies, I sense that he will not be willing to tinker with the economic works. Osborne is preoccupied with the state-visit from China. He has his sight set on boosting Britain’s high growth sectors. Osborne believes passionately in small government – he won’t worry about austerity fall-out on a few strivers.