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Thu 17 September 2009, The Independent

£2,840 – cost to every family of filling public finance black hole

By Sean O'Grady
Every family in Britain will have to pay an extra £2,840 a year in higher taxes and cuts in public services by 2017 to fix the public finances, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said yesterday.
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