Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne believes Lord Heseltine's report into economic growth can help the Government.
In a statement, the Conservative MP said: “I wanted Lord Heseltine to do what he does best: challenge received wisdom and give us ideas on how to bring Government and industry together. He has done exactly that. This is a report bursting with ideas and we will study it very carefully.”
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