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Pressures and priorities: The long-term outlook for Britain's public finances

Pressures and priorities: The long-term outlook for Britain's public finances

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This report sets out the major drivers of rising demand for public spending in key areas and highlights the political choices available to UK citizens and policymakers in determining the impact of these trends on our public finances over the next 50 years.
This report sets out the major drivers of rising demand for public spending in key areas and highlights the political choices available to UK citizens and policymakers in determining the impact of these trends on our public finances over the next 50 years.

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Institute for Public Policy Research
Kayte Lawton and Amna Silim
September 2012© IPPR 2012
REPORT
PRESSURES AND PRIORITIES
 THE LONG-TERM OUTLOOK FOR BRITAIN’S PUBLIC FINANCES
 
 ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Kayte Lawton
is a senior research ellow at IPPR.
 Amna Silim
is a researcher at IPPR.
 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
 The authors would like to thank Graeme Cooke, TonyDolphin, Kanishka Narayan, Jonty Oli-Cooper, Nick Pearce and James Purnell or input on the project andcomments on earlier drats.Special thanks to the advisory panel or the projector sparing the time to help us develop and testour arguments: John Appleby, Nicholas Barr,Craig Barker, Nick Bosanquet, Niki Cleal, ChrisCurry, Howard Glennerster, Paul Johnsonand Jonathan Portes.Many thanks also to A4e or providinggenerous fnancial support orthe project. The authors retainresponsibility or the contents o thisreport.
 ABOUT IPPR
IPPR, the Institute or Public Policy Research, is theUK’s leading progressive thinktank. We producerigorous research and innovative policy ideas or a air,democratic and sustainable world.We are open and independent in how we work, andwith ofces in London and the North o England, IPPRspans a ull range o local and national policy debates.Our international partnerships extend IPPR’s inuenceand reputation across the world.IPPR4th Floor14 Buckingham StreetLondon WC2N 6DF T: +44 (0)20 7470 6100E: ino@ippr.orgwww.ippr.orgRegistered charity no. 800065 This paper was frst published in September 2012. © 2012 The contents and opinions expressed in this paper arethose o the author(s) only.
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