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Put it to a vote

18 March 2015 By Edward Hadas

Chancellor George Osborne used his pre-election budget to argue that Britain is seeing a balanced recovery and its citizens are better off. Upward growth revisions helped and UK stocks rose. In fact, GDP gains haven’t been impressive. And most of the UK’s big problems remain.

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