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IfG response to Autumn Statement 201406/12/2014 09:05:27
“The Chancellor announced he intends to make £10 billion in efficiency savings by 2017/18. Savings like this can only be achieved if there is real and fundamental change in the way the government operates, and the statement today appears to recognise it is not enough to continue salami-slicing budgets.