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Published on March 19th, 2013 | by Daisy Lloyd


Budget 2013; five voices from left and right on how to fix Britain

Growth and how to achieve it will be at the heart of George Osborne‘s fourth budget as chancellor. While the United States, Germany and Canada have all seen national output rise above pre-recession levels, Britain’s economy is still 3% smaller than it was when activity peaked five years ago.

A man with a clear  vision, Lee Hopley Chief economist, Engineering Employers’ Federation sees the bigger picture “A commitment to route apprenticeship funding through employers to finally create a proper market in training”

Read more about how other people in industry see how we can get Britain on the road to recovery – the full article in the Guardian hereBookmark and Share

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