George Osborne has been mentioned or cited more than a thousand times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Featured Articles' contains more than a hundred references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, George Osborne was highly popular in November, 2016.
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[...] , has said that the chancellor, Philip Hammond, needs to “dump” on David Cameron and George Osborne to save his reputation. Speaking in Brussels, Clegg, the former Liberal Democrat leader, said [...]
[...] be recovered. Osborne tax change helped 100 wealthy people save £1 million each says OBR: George Osborne’s decision to announce a tax change in July 2015 that would not take effect for another nine [...]
[...] fell by 26% in 2016 compared to 2015, Foxtons says. CEO Nic Budden blamed former Chancellor George Osborne's decision to hike stamp duty tax for buy-to-let landlords and those looking to buy a second [...]
[...] likely to be a low-key affair in contrast to previous budgets by his predeccessor Chancellor George Osborne, who liked to include surprises. However, Hammond's address remains crucial in setting the [...]
[...] meeting in London at the moment, and our politics live blog is covering the appearances from George Osborne and John McDonnell, and the other attendees. You can follow all the action here: Related: [...]
[...] to personal independence payments, which help disabled people with their living costs. When George Osborne tried to scale back the payments last year it plunged David Cameron’s administration into [...]
[...] Toynbee in The Guardian. Out went leading names of previous Tory administrations including George Osborne, Michael Gove and Oliver Letwin, while promotions came for Philip Hammond, Amber Rudd and [...]
[...] holding the whole system together." Sir Vince's warnings echo those of former Chancellor George Osborne who said last November: "Some of the ideas we've taken for granted in this country and [...]
[...] well-known public figures [decide] to go for a spot of boating on the Thames.” David Cameron, George Osborne and others including Nigel Farage (seen puking over the side) make up the all-male motley [...]