Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said Monday that the government will make savings of £6.2 billion from public spending in 2010-11. Announcing the first round of cuts for the current financial year, Mr Osborne said Britain will be a “leading voice for fiscal responsibility” within Europe as it embarks on a sustained programme of cutting public spending – FT
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