Bronwen Maddox: George Osborne's Budget shows he has learnt the lessons of power

Raleigh Addington
Raleigh Addington
editor at Chartwell Speakers

Bronwen Maddox speakerGeorge Osborne’s Budget – the first purely Conservative Budget in nearly 20 years – was “radical”, “far-sighted”, “tactical as ever”, though not without its weaknesses, according to Bronwen Maddox, Editor of Prospect Magazine.

  • He maintained his credentials as the austerity Chancellor set on balancing Britain’s books. But his numbers relied on contestable projections.
  • Measures increasing the burden on the wealthy are unlikely to offset anger at welfare cuts. And the Budget had little to say on education and tackling the UK’s housing crisis.
  • However, the strength lay in his measures aimed at increasing UK productivity and developing a high wage economy.

Click here to read her full analysis.

For more information on Bronwen Maddox, or to book her as a speaker, please contact Leo on leo@chartwellspeakers.com or on 0044 (0) 7833 727 090.

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