Wringing the changes

Chote, Robert; Emmerson, Carl
June 2003
Public Finance;6/6/2003, p34
Trade Publication
Focuses on the challenges facing Chancellor Gordon Brown regarding the government's tax and spending strategy for the next general election in Great Britain. Significant increase in spending on public services in April 1999; Proposed increases in the government's priority areas; Reference to the potential indicator of the National Health Services' performance guidance in England, from 1974 to 2001.


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