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There isn’t any point cutting taxes if we waste money on public spending, says LEO McKINSTRY

It's all thoroughly for the federal government to chop taxes but not if huge sums are squandered on bureaucracy, mismanagement, low productivity, outdated working...

This Budget is a balanced, shrewd and effective path to prosperity, says LEO McKINSTRY

With Jeremy Hunt on the helm of the Treasury, a brighter future now beckons for the federal government - and the country.

Ignore the doom mongers, Britain is surging back, says LEO McKINSTRY

Britain stays a land shrouded in economic gloom - should you imagine large sections of the media and people for whom talking down Britain...

No nation prospers by paying its residents to be idle, says LEO MCKINSTRY

It's a bleak midwinter on the Treasury, where the coffers are empty and the burdens heavy. Only yesterday, the Office for National Statistics reported...

Rishi is the correct man for the correct time, says LEO MCKINSTRY

Finally the psychodrama is over. A way of calm finally appears to have descended on the Tory party.

Slash waste and bureaucracy to get a grip on public funds, says LEO McKINSTRY

Kwasi Kwarteng's Mini-Budget was meant to be a bazooka whose firepower would clear the way in which for a dramatic economic advance.

Public is paying a brutal price for the folly of politicians, blasts LEO MCKINSTRY

THE SKIES are darkening over Britain because the storm approaches. An economic and political crisis looks inevitable, driven by the gale force winds of...

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