British economy will have grown a 2.4% by the end of 2015 and it will continue to grow until 2017

The British government has confirmed that the UK’s economy will have grown a 2.4% by the end of the year and they have also predicted a sustained increase until 2017 together with a progressive deduction of their total debt.
Minister of Economy, George Osborne, has recently revealed these numbers to the Parliament during the presentation of his spending review plan. As regards the budget policy, Osborne has reinforced his objective: to continue to decrease state deficit and to achieve a £10,000 million surplus in 2019-20.
Osborne stated that David Cameron’s government wants to rebuild the UK’s economy, its defence and its security. This is why he will continue to reduce public spending in order to ‘heal’ finances.

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