Schroders chief economist Keith Wade has warned Alistair Darling not to attempt to rein in the UK's burgeoning budget deficit too early, believing the UK economy is still "fragile".
Wade says while it is generally accepted the Government will raise taxes and cut fiscal spending, he believes a delay of at least a year is needed to ensure the cuts do not affect the UK's economic recovery....
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