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Should Mr Osborne be preparing a campaign to expose Brown's secret tax rises agenda?

Daniel Finkelstein thinks so although, rightly notes, the strategy would not be without risk:

"There are, of course, two dangers to a tax attack. The first is that it exposes the Tories on spending, suddenly making Labour look coherent rather than delusional and making the dividing line real.  The second is that opens the Tories to difficult questions about their own tax plans."

My own view is that we need to wheel out that bomb again...

Tim Montgomerie


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