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Turn off your iPad, David Cameron, and start dealing with Britain’s debt – Telegraph

Meanwhile, the Institute for Economic Affairs calculates that the VAT increase has cost about a quarter of a million jobs, and dealt such a hammer blow to growth that it ended up actually increasing the deficit – the opposite of the intended effect.

via Turn off your iPad, David Cameron, and start dealing with Britain’s debt – Telegraph.

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