£11.5bn in cuts? No, we can only manage £2.5bn, ministers tell the Chancellor

Jason Groves
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/18/2013, p24
GEORGE Osborne is facing a Cabinet backlash over spending cuts, with ministers refusing to meet his demand to find an extra £11.5billion in savings.


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