The news that Chancellor George Osborne has committed a further £10bn to the International Monetary Fund's bailout war chest may not be unexpected - but it's still causing distress among Conservative backbenchers. Many feel it is unreasonable to ask British taxpayers for the money in times of austerity and fear the cash will be used to prop up the Euro (something the Government denies).
Plymouth Labour Party activist John Petrie has some unequivical things to say about the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and the Conservative Party: Following the two World Wars, successive governments expanded the state t... Read Post
Britain is to commit a further £10bn to the International Monetary Fund's bailout war chest. George Osborne has confirmed the UK will give the extra cash in the face of fresh fears about a new economic and financial crisis in Europe... Read Post