Choices remain on how to balance the books

By John Healey | 18 December 2014

Each political party’s borrowing requirement would see the books balanced in the next Parliament, but there remains a set of substantive choices, with significant implications for local government budgets, writes John Healey

The chancellor’s Autumn Statement this month brought a flurry of bad economic tidings, rather than festive cheer.

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