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George Osborne

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  1. George Osborne 'has something to hide' after failing to reveal guest-list at Dorneywood country home

    The Prime Minister, deputy Nick Clegg and Foreign Secretary have disclosed whom they have entertained at Chequers and Chevening, Osborne is yet to follow suit FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

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  1. Osborne urged to publish guest list

    George Osborne is facing suggestions he has "something to hide" after failing to publish details of guests entertained at his grace-and-favour country home. FULL ARTICLE AT Belfast Telegraph

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    Aim to rebalance economy by exporting £1tn of goods and services begins to appear less achievableThe chancellor George Osborne would be forgiven for regretting his bold target of doubling ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  1. Chancellor George Osborne in the U.K. sure thinks so. Osborne suggests the result of Britain’s banks not lending to small and midsized business is costing their economy. I ... FULL ARTICLE AT Forbes

  2. Government cuts borrowing by half in defecit battle

    George Osborne's battle to bring down the annual deficit was given a small boost yesterday as figures showed underlying Government borrowing for July fell by half. FULL ARTICLE AT Belfast Telegraph

  3. Borrowing is down but the deficit rises

    George Osborne looks set to have little room for pre-election giveaways despite a welcome fall in borrowing last month. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  4. George Osborne pockets £1bn in stamp duty bonanza as house prices soar

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Gideon George Oliver Osborne (born 23 May 1971) is a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom, and has been the Member of Parliament for Tatton since 2001. He is currently Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer. The eldest son and heir of Sir Peter Osborne, 17th Baronet (and co-founder of the fabric and wallpapers designers, Osborne & Little), Osborne was educated at Norland Place, St... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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