Autumn Statement cuts, International aid row and Boris on Leadership

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Autumn Statement cuts, International aid row and Boris on Leadership
5th December 2014

Autumn Statement: huge cuts on the way

An independent forecaster has warned that cuts that comes after George Osborne’s Autumn Statement  will be on a ‘colossal scale.’

International aid row

It has been reported that because the UK’s financial economy growing, so therefore so is our commitment to foreign aid, which is currently 0.7 per cent of GDP.

Backbench Conservative MPs are said to be angered by this increase in aid and are planning on scuppering a bid to enshrine international aid law.

Boris expects David Cameron to be leader for a long time

In an interview with Joe Watts on his Asian tour, the London Mayor says nobody could fill the current Prime Ministers shoes.

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