Lib Dems defend public sector cuts

September 2010
Community Care;9/30/2010, Issue 1837, p9
Information about several papers discussed at a conference sponsored by the Liberal Democrat on public expenditure held in 2010 in Great Britain is presented. Topics include the criticism on the credibility of the spending review, the preventive measures for the creaking care system, and the justification of the policies in the health white paper. The conference featured several Liberal Democrat including Nick Clegg.


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