How will Osborne’s Autumn Statement help real earnings recover?

At the moment, real earnings stand 9.5 per cent lower than they were in February 2008. Here’s a graph showing how they have fallen:


Considering his plans could involve cutting tax credits and housing benefit – both of which would have a direct effect on household incomes, it seems the important question regarding the Autumn Statement on Wednesday is this:

How will this help real earnings recover…

Or is this not the plan after all?

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3 Thoughts to “How will Osborne’s Autumn Statement help real earnings recover?”

  1. Mr.Angry

    Quite right this is not the plan after all, it’s as plain as the nose on your face. This government are worse than the terrorists.

  2. It won’t, Osborne has failed at everything he’s done!

    1. John Gaines

      On top of building what will be outdated Vanity Projects such as Fast Rail/ tube travll Runways we do not need and, even POWER stations which will be out of date before
      they even start work….Fusion Power (almost free Energy)is not so far away.

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