David Laws calls for deeper tax and spending cuts

The Telegraph writes about David Laws' article in the new IEA Journal

When the Coalition was formed in May 2010 many Conservatives looked on Mr Laws as a man they could do business with – a former City high-flyer who understood the need for austerity, public-sector reform, low taxes and policies that foster economic growth.

But after just 17 days as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Mr Laws resigned over an expenses scandal that posed as many questions about his judgment as it did his private life.

Now this bright, personable and erudite Yeovil MP is widely tipped to return to front-bench politics in the Cabinet reshuffle expected in the autumn.  

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