Andrew Miller

Political Editor for the Economist

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Political Editor for the Economist magazine

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Britain's public deficit is proportionally even bigger than that of the US, and the newly elected government promised massive cuts.

Great Britain Goes Small with Austerity Measures

Britain's public deficit is proportionally even bigger than that of the US, and the newly elected government promised massive cuts.

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