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Pushing ahead with cuts would have been a political disaster

Royston Martis says the Chancellor's announcement is a boost, but warns of a continued fight against austerity.

Royston Martis

Royston Martis

Date - 26th November 2015
By - Royston Martis - Police Oracle
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It was a surprise. A huge shock to some. But in the end should it have been? Chancellor George Osborne has announced there will be no cuts to the police budget in the duration of this Parliament. Mr Osborne told the House of Commons in the Autumn...
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