It's c this way, with big departments like defence and work and pensions yet to reach agreement.
And the reason why George Osborne has been forced to ask for more cuts is because his total failure on living standards and growth has led to billions more borrowing than he planned.
Far from balancing the books the deficit is now set to be over £90 billion in 2015.
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