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Bichard: Some public services 'wasting money'

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Chancellor George Osborne has said he wants 80% of the deficit reduction to come through cuts and only 20% through tax rises. BBC's chief political correspondent Norman Smith examines if this is feasible. Lord Bichard, executive director of the Institute for Government explains what he expects from today's Budget.

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