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well some around liberal democrats in the treasury we're treading on the chancellor's coattails this time he will have no such problem , when george olds will steps out of number eleven down the street next wednesday he will have in his brief case the first purely conservative budget in almost twenty years on will support degrees in westminster where once the finance minister is expected to put out some sweetness onlookers anticipate further and far deeper cuts , deficit reduction has been overall schools mulling since he took office in two thousand and ten now the coalition chains all off it will likely be taking an annex to the u. case deficit , in the year leading up to march exhibit four point nine percent of g. d. p. the last budget aim to reduce that to four percent or seventy five billion pounds now is sort all school aim too long before the ten billion pounds for the year two thousand fifteen to sixteen , sir when osborne takes to the dispatch box wednesday the question for everyone he will be where will those counts fold the likely on the for a hefty chunk will be the welfare bill u. k. spends around two hundred twenty billion pounds annually awful wants to slash a further twelve billion pounds from that , in the following line our housing subsidies disability benefits and money for the unemployed low pay high taxes , he lowers the has the backing of the conservative benches but talk a further austerity jew tens of thousands out onto the streets of london last month , protesters may already be mulching against al's forms plans , it's come wednesday the chancellor will still be the man with the mandate and the platform to deliver it