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Budget View July 2015
Printable version
Printable version 
By Positive Solutions, 08/07/15
Positive Solutions Budget Summary Newsletter
On Wednesday 8 July George Osborne delivered his seventh budget speech as Chancellor of the Exchequer, but the first from a Conservative government for eighteen years.

Speaking to the Commons, the Chancellor said: “This will be a Budget for working people. A Budget that sets out a plan for Britain for the next five years to keep moving us from
a low wage, high tax, high welfare economy; to the higher wage, lower tax, lower welfare country we intend to create.

“From a one nation government, this is a one nation Budget that takes the necessary steps and follows a sensible path
for the benefit of the whole of the United Kingdom.”

Please read on to see a summary of the main facts
and figures from the Chancellor’s speech.
Download: Budget View Newsletter July 2015 FINAL.pdf