Pay reviews `won't avert jobs crisis'
- Investment View. Tora, Brian // Money Marketing;4/17/2003, p30
Comments on the 2003 budget proposal of Great Britain chancellor Gordon Brown. Possibility of a tax increase; Expectation of robust growth in 2004; Fall in the British pound sterling and its effect on inflation.
- Buy shares in social democracy. // New Statesman;7/22/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4597, p6
Examines the proposal of British Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown to increase the funds appropriated for public services until 2005. Benefits of the increase to the public sector; Claims on the failure of the public services to deliver investments in people; Significance of Brown's...
- BROKER 'Talkback' // Money Marketing;4/17/2003, p32
Relates the views of several brokers on the 2003 budget proposal of Great Britain chancellor Gordon Brown. Henry Simpson; Alan Corbyn; Ian Stevenson.
- Departments will have to earn their cash. McHugh, Joseph // Public Finance;7/19/2002, p6
Reports the outcome of the Spending Review made by Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown of Great Britain at the Parliament on July 15, 2002. Review of the statements on public investments; Skepticism toward the Public Service Agreements outlined by Gordon; Plans for implementation and...
- Qualified support for Brown's spree. Lamb, Jon // People Management;8/3/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 16, p11
Contends that the comprehensive spending plans of British Chancellor Gordon Brown is not enough to address the long-term recruitment and retention problems in the education and health sectors. Reaction from the Universities and Colleges Employers Association; Nursing vacancies in Great Britain.
- Polio eradication. // Presidents & Prime Ministers;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p34
Reports on the British aid to India in polio eradication by the year 2000. Why the British aid is the largest single amount the Overseas Development Administration has spent on immunization program.
- BUDGET AT A GLANCE. // Accountancy;Apr1983, Vol. 94 Issue 1076, p15
Presents a summary of important changes to Great Britain's Budget for 1983/84. Income tax rates and personal allowances; Child benefit; Unemployment and state benefits; Mortgage interest relief; Benefits in kind for scholarships and accommodation; Excise duties for alcoholic drinks, tobacco,...
- Budget expectations low in the UK marketing industry. // Marketing Week;3/8/2001, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p9
Highlights the British marketing industry's low budget expectation and marketers' belief that Chancellor Gordon Brown will continue to keep a tight rein on the country's finances. Tobacco industry's concern that duty on cigarettes would be hiked; Issue of petrol prices; Views of automobile and...
- BUDGET AT A GLANCE. // Accountancy;Apr1985, Vol. 96 Issue 1100, p20
Focuses on the budget proposed for spring 1985 in Great Britain. Goal of the proposed budget to combat inflation and to create the right conditions to generate jobs; Tax changes affecting the budget.