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Topic - George Osborne
Strike one against the idea of an expanding global economy. British Chancellor George Osborne, who's been credited for getting his country's debt under control and keeping pace with an austere budget, said one looming threat to the steady-as-she-goes economic policy that England has been practicing in recent months is the European Union.
A top U.K. official has answered a Moody's downgrade of its AAA credit rating with a vow to double down on efforts to tackle debt.
Turmoil has rocked Britain's parliament as anti-Tory party politicos demanded Prime Minister David Cameron oust Chancellor George Osborne.
Britain's Treasury chief George Osborne said Wednesday that the recovery of the U.K. economy is taking longer than he had hoped and warned more spending cuts will be needed to get public finances under control.
A buoyant Tunisia is to enter a new phase of democratic rule Tuesday with the inauguration of its elected constituent assembly, 10 months after a popular uprising ended years of dictatorship.
Financial leaders from the world's most developed nations are discussing how to speed up the flow of tens of billions of dollars to help support democracies in North Africa and the Middle East, British Treasury chief George Osborne said Saturday.
After the pricey glitz of Britain's royal wedding celebrations, Queen Elizabeth II must prepare for a pay cut under the country's austerity measures, lawmakers warned Thursday.
The British government cut the corporation tax to entice foreign investment as it acknowledged that economic growth will be slower than anticipated this year.
Britain outlined the sharpest cuts to public spending since World War II on Wednesday — slashing benefits and cutting public sector jobs with an austerity plan aimed at clearing record debts that swelled during the global financial crisis.
Britain announced the toughest cuts to public spending in decades and new tax increases on Tuesday in an emergency budget aimed at sharply reducing the country's record debts.
Britain's Treasury chief unveiled on Tuesday the toughest cuts to public spending in decades, a raft of tax rises and a new levy on banks in an emergency budget aimed at restoring the country's ravaged public finances.
Osborne said Scotland would walk away from the pound should it vote for independence on Sept. 18.