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George Osborne has used the autumn statement to lock the government into its current political strategy.
Acting chief executive of the Fawcett Society Anna Bird comments on the autumn statement 2011:
Read Ed Balls response to the chancellor's autumn statement in full on politics.co.uk.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber comments on the autumns statement 2011:
IPPR director Nick Pearce comments on the autumn statement 2011:
Chief executive of the TaxPayers' Alliance Matthew Elliott comments on the autumn statement 2011:
Plaid Cymru Treasury spokesperson Jonathan Edwards comments on Autumn statement 2011:
Friends of the Earth's executive director Andy Atkins comments on the autumn statement 2011:
UCU general secretary Sally Hunt comments on the autumn statement 2011:
Oxfam's Director of UK Poverty Chris Johnes comments on the autumn statement 2011:
Nothing gets the political juices flowing like impending economic doom.
Unite general secretary Len McCluskey comments on the autumn statement 2011:
RMT general secretary Bob Crow comments on the autumn statement 2011:
Read George Osborne's autumn statement to parliament in full with politics.co.uk.
Read our minute-by-minute account George Osborne's autumn statement with politics.co.uk's live blog.
Economic concerns are increasing, which may be storing up trouble for the Conservatives in the long run.
General secretary of the University and College Union (UCU) Sally Hunt comments on evidence of a drop in university applications following the increase in tuition fees.
Chief executive of the Helena Kennedy Foundation Wes Streeting comments on sign of reduced university applications following the iincrease in tuition fees.
NUS resident Liam Burns comments on signs that university applications are falling.
Labour is missing a chance to challenge George Osborne's creative thinking.
When is a U-turn not a U-turn? The answer to that lies in whether you're in power or not.
The Leveson inquiry adds some much-needed glamour to British politics.