Link: Budget 2004
He also hit out at Labour’s policy on savings, business investment, the trade deficit and manufacturing output.
While congratulating the chancellor on reducing the administrative burden, he accused the government of secretly planing to hire an extra 300,000 public sector workers.
The country’s economic growth, claimed Howard, was fuelled by the public sector with public sector money.
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