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Slaying the golden goose

17 March 2004

The UK finance minister needs tax receipts to surge as a percentage of a rapidly expanding economy if he is to hit his borrowing targets. Planning on two optimistic assumptions is anything but prudent. Britain won’t suffer terribly if Brown is wrong. But his reputation will.

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