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The disconnect between the tax and spending plans

While both the Conservatives and the Labour Party have been talking a good game on tax, there is a big disconnect between their desire to keep tax low and their plans to increase spending. In a fiscally constrained world, tax and spending are obviously related. Both parties need to be more honest about the fiscal choices the next government will face.

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