Cut to the quick
- 'REAL' POLITICS. Frackowiak, Tom // Accountancy;May2011, Vol. 147 Issue 1413, p91
The article reports on the political consequences of the post-war deficit reduction in Great Britain for all sections of society, including students, public servants, police, those who work in the arts, and local council workers.
- Youth service leaders fear new government cuts. Watson, Ross // Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;5/18/2010, p2
The article reports on the fear of youth service leaders on government cuts in Great Britain.
- COALITION GOVERNMENT TO BE TESTED ON DEFICIT REDUCTION. Frackowiak, Tom // Accountancy;Jul2010, Vol. 146 Issue 1403, p93
The author contends that deficit reduction would be the real test of the British coalition government.
- Cutting through the state. Eaton, George // New Statesman;8/9/2010, Vol. 139 Issue 5013, p39
The article examines a series of budget cuts enacted by Great Britain's Conservative Party government including the removal or cutting of child and housing benefits, and maternity grants.
- Cuts will mean staff comms challenges. Cartmell, Matt // PRWeek (London);4/16/2010, p11
The article focuses on the significant internal communications (comms) challenge posed by proposed cuts to the public sector to the British government in 2010, according to comms experts.
- How I see it. McMillan, Graham // PRWeek (London);7/9/2010, p2
The article presents the opinion of Graham McMillan, chief executive officer (CEO) of Open Road, on the British coalition government's proposed cuts in Whitehall departmental budgets.
- Comms cutbacks under way. Cartmell, Matt // PRWeek (London);7/30/2010, p11
The article reports on the efforts being done by British government departments to impose cost-control measures following the announcement made by the British government in 2010 that communications budgets will be cut by approximately 2.5 million British pounds.
- Government sets ï¿½285m marcomms budget. Parsons, Russell // Marketing Week (Online Edition);9/5/2012, p3
The article reports on the British government's plan to spend 285 million British pounds on marketing communications in the fiscal year 2012. The government has released a document that confirming details of its approach to marketing communications aimed at increasing effectiveness and value for...
- Media swallow rhetoric on cuts. HILTON, ANTHONY // PRWeek (London);10/22/2010, p14
The author expresses his views on the budget cuts imposed by the British government and its impact on the public relations (PR) industry in Great Britain in 2010.