George Osborne’s Comprehensive Spending Review Statement in Full

October 25th, 2010

“Mr Speaker.

Today’s the day when Britain steps back from the brink.

When we confront the bills from a decade of debt.

A day of rebuilding when we set out a four-year plan to put our public services and welfare state on a sustainable footing – for the long term.

So that they can do their job – providing for families, sickness protecting the vulnerable and underpinning a competitive economy.

It is a hard road, cialis but it leads to a better future.

We are going to bring the years of ever-rising borrowing to an end.

We are going to ensure, tadalafil like every solvent household in the country:

  • that what we buy, we can afford;
  • that the bills we incur, we have the income to meet;
  • and that we do not saddle our children with the interest on the interest on the interest of the debts we were not ourselves prepared to pay.

Tackling this budget deficit is unavoidable.

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