TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady slammed the Chancellor's Budget as "highly political" and "short-term".
Ms O'Grady said, “The best news for the long-term health of the economy is the genuine help for manufacturing, but it was the exception in this highly political short-term Budget that continued the Chancellor’s project to shrink the state and help the rich.”
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