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Artist or CreatorDave Brown
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Published byThe Independent
Date21 Aug 2012
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptGo get 'im boy!
Person DepictedOsborne; George (1971-)
Darling; Alistair
NotesNews: "Alistair Darling has accused his successor George Osborne of giving up on restoring growth to the economy. In an open letter, the ex-Chancellor urged Mr Osborne to acknowledge that with Britain one of just two of the world's 20 richest nations in recession, the policies he has pursued since 2010 have not worked. Mr Darling said: "You and the Bank of England seem to have given up on any plan for growth. It's as if you're both saying there's nothing you can do and nature must take its course. But the damage that will do to our country is immeasurable. You need another plan. Call it Plan B. Call it whatever you like. But unless you do something now it will be years before we recover." In his letter, published in the Sunday People, Mr Darling argued for more investment in public projects like house building, replacing old power stations, improving the railways, and building a third runway at Heathrow. ... " Andy McSmith, The Independent
SubjectsChancellor of the Exchequer
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