On 23rd June, the country was divided by the question of EU membership. Following the vote to leave, the country continues to be split on what Brexit will mean.
On March 16 this year, Chancellor George Osborne shared his Budget plans for the UK. Based on weaker than expected growth (2 per cent compared with 2.4 per cent predicted in the autumn statement) the Budget heralded a continuing raft of austerity measures and cuts in public spending that have proved controversial. Continue reading