GORDON BROWN has admitted that Labour would be forced to rein back spending drastically if re-elected. The prime minister, who had insisted on contrasting Labour “investment” in public services with Conservative cuts, said yesterday that “hard choices” on spending would be required.
“We won’t flinch from the difficult decisions that will be necessary,” Brown told a meeting of G20 finance ministers and central bankers in London.
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