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GOVERNMENT MAY LIFT PUBLIC SECTOR FUNDING FREEZE

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The Guardian (p2)reports that the government is giving indications that it may lift the freeze on public spending l...
The Guardian (p2)reports that the government is giving indications that it may lift the freeze on public spending left over from the Conservative regime.

In a speech to International Monetary Fund policy makers, chancellor Gordon Brown made it clear that the government was prepared to resume investment in public services in those departments which had demonstrated 'spending discipline across the board through the elimination of waste and vigorous focus on priorities.'
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