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A question of direction

7 December 2006 By Edward Hadas

Other countries are using the unexpectedly high 2006 tax take to cut deficits. But the UK has kept on spending. Under the Labour party, the government has been expending its role. Its purchases now take a share of GDP last seen in 1984.

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