Have a look at the article page on my blog for a riposte to Iain Martin’s Telegraph column of last week. Iain blows the cover on an underground movement gaining speed on the Tory right. It’s the movement to go far beyond Cameron cuts to public services. It’s the movement to cut public services by £100 billion. Its current champion is Malcolm Offord, author this week of a report called Bankrupt Britain. Offord should know a lot about this topic – after all, he is a banker. And his £100 billion proposed cuts no doubt increase his standing as an adviser to the ironically named Centre for Social Justice.
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