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A news round-up of George Osborne's Conservative party conference speech

By Joseph Willits 
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Screen shot 2011-10-03 at 13.21.57 Here is some of the press coverage following on from George Osborne's speech to the Conservative party conference this afternoon:

  • George Osborne's speech in full - Telegraph
  • 'Chancellor urges Britons not to lose hope vowing to stick to deficit reduction plans' - Daily Mail
  • Global market instability makes it more vital to stick to "Plan A" on the deficit - FT
  • 'You can't borrow out of debt' says Osborne, as he warns against unfunded tax cuts - Independent
  • Osborne rules out public spending increase and temporary tax cuts - Sky News I BBC I Sun
  • Solving the eurozone crisis would be the 'biggest boost' to the UK economy - Guardian
  • Relaxing deficit reduction plan will not stimulate the British economy - Bloomberg
  • 'Government freezes tax, douses hope for growth boost' - Reuters
  • 'Britain will "overcome" the economic challenge and "ride out the storm" - Play Political
  • 'Mr Osborne aims to ride out the storm' - Evening Standard
  • Live blogs from the speech, and the rest of the conference - GuardianTimes (£) I Telegraph
  • 6 million people in Britain do not have proper mobile phone signal, says Osborne - Telegraph
  • Daniel Knowles: 'George Osborne must not appear to choose baubles over support for the most vulnerable' - Telegraph 

You can watch George Osborne's conference speech in full here.


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