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Unions promise disruption over budget cuts

The UK population is set to be split between the attractions of UK public-sector budget cuts in the short to medium term against the necessity to reduce the UK debt in the longer term. As a consequence, the unions in the UK are fully expecting a large number of the UK public to support the proposed strike action which will drop into place in the weeks and months ahead. So what will this mean for the UK economy?

While there's no doubt that many people believe the UK government is pushing ahead too quickly with too heavy austerity measures there is also no doubt that strike action will have an impact upon the UK economy as a whole. We have seen this in the past and we will see this in the future as the battle for control of the UK public sector continues. David Cameron has said along that he will push to reduce the UK public-sector budget while attempting to balance this with the need to support the economy. Slowly but surely the government is being overwhelmed by negative press comment regarding forthcoming budget cuts and there are rumours the government is putting in place a plan to fight back.

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