Thursday, June 05, 2008
How to Save £50 Billion Without Even Tryng
The First Post has a piece by David Craig showing how a Cameron government could save £50 billion. While I am not going to comment on each of his suggestions (some of which have more merit than others) the general point is that George Osborne's team have nearly two years to work out how to cut public expenditure without slashing public services. I've said it once, and I will say it again. There needs to be a revival of the James Commission, and then some.