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ENG: George Gideon Oliver Osborne, MP (born Gideon Oliver Osborne; 23 May 1971) is a British Conservative politician. He is the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Second Lord of the Treasury of the United Kingdom, roles to which he was appointed in May 2010. He has been the Member of Parliament for Tatton since 2001. Osborne is one of the old Anglo-Irish aristocracy, known in Ireland as the Ascendancy. He is the heir apparent to the Osborne baronetcy (of Ballentaylor, in County Tipperary, and Ballylemon, in County Waterford). He was educated at St Paul's School, London, and Magdalen College, Oxford, before working for the Conservative Party as a researcher, special adviser, speechwriter and strategist. In 2005, he ran David Cameron's successful party-leadership campaign and was made ...
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Budget 2011: George Osborne to put faith in growth

The dropping of hints about the chancellor's plans has grown as traditional as the lifting of the famous red box on Budget day.So we know George Osborne will do something to make fuel cheaper because the prime minister has been suggesting as much since JanuaryThe question is: what? Scrapping a plan to put up fuel duty by one penny on top of inflation in April would cost the Treasury just over £1.5bn according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.Putting in place the idea suggested in the Conservative election manifesto of reducing duty when oil prices rise, and putting duty up when oil ...

The pressure's on Osborne

The Times tempted fate today with its splash boasting about the confidence and the strong pound. Fitch Ratings has today said that Britain’s AAA debt rating is more at risk than that of any other major nation because it needs “the largest budget adjustment” - ie, the most cuts - because Britain has the largest fiscal mess, and by some margin. (Sterling is off today on the news). But then Fitch says, more or less, that it’s banking on George Osborne’s first budget to sort the mess out. “Our stable rating outlook reflected our expectation that the U.K. ...

Do Clarke and Osborne agree on anything?

January 19, 2009 Will George Osborne and Ken Clarke see eye to eye on the big economic issues? So far, the record has been decidedly patchy. Indeed, in recent years it is hard to find anything they agree on.Most people focus on Clarke’s cheerleading on Europe and his sympathy for VAT cuts. But there are plenty of other — arguably more important — issues over which the two have been at odds. I’ve found differences on Northern Rock, short-selling and matching Labour’s spending plans. I would not be surprised if there are more.Osborne himself explained today why ...

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Osborne's fiscal vow is pointless machismo - Financial Times
Osborne's fiscal vow is pointless machismoFinancial TimesThe UK's coalition government was formed with one overriding purpose: to bring down record levels of public borrowing. Taxes were raised and the growth of spending sharply curtailed. In his first budget George Osborne, the chancellor, predicted that ...UK Autumn Statement Preview: New Fiscal Rules Political Stunt?MNI Newsall 2 news articles »
What on earth was going on with George Osborne at PMQs? - The Independent
What on earth was going on with George Osborne at PMQs?The IndependentHe's in charge of the nation's finances and tasked with steering the UK economy clear of recession. So I think we're all entitled to ask – what exactly was going on with George Osborne at Prime Minister's Questions today? Sat next to David Cameron with ...George Osborne Looked Really Hungover TodayBuzzFeed Newsall 2 news articles »
George Osborne plots deficit trap for Labour ahead of Autumn Statement - The Independent
The IndependentGeorge Osborne plots deficit trap for Labour ahead of Autumn StatementThe IndependentLabour refused to be drawn on its response, saying it would wait for Mr Osborne's Commons statement next Wednesday. Some Labour insiders accused the Chancellor of “playing political games” to mask his failure to clear the deficit by next May's general ...George Osborne set to boost funds for innovation centresFinancial TimesGeorge Osborne's law: a pledge to balance the booksTelegraph.co.ukGeorge Osborne under fire for seven day current account switching service timidityCITY A.M.Daily Mail -Mirror.co.uk -This is Moneyall 60 news articles »
The Personal Tax Statement George Osborne Doesn't Want You to See - Huffington Post UK
The Personal Tax Statement George Osborne Doesn't Want You to SeeHuffington Post UKThis looks very different from the impression George Osborne wants to give. The third largest category of spending is now allowances and reliefs from which everyone benefits (even the highest paid via national insurance) whilst the seventh largest ...

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