True colours

Philpott, John
April 2010
People Management;4/22/2010, p18
The article relates the views and plans of various political parties in Great Britain on different topics including the economy, employment legislation, and unemployment. The Conservative Party plans to implement a One In, One Out policy to address the issue of red tape. The Labour Party plans to reduce the number of civil employees in London, England by one third over the next decade. The Liberal Democrats believes that it is not wise to start reducing public spending when the economy is still unstable.


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