Back to black - How to cut the Home Office budget2009-04-26 10:14:00 UTC
Following the launch of Reform's groundbreaking Back to black report, the Reform economics team are holding a series of high level seminars to examine forensically the potential for spending reductions and savings in across government departments.
The next seminar will take place on Wednesday 1 July, 1245 - 1400 at Reform, 45 Great Peter Street, SW1P 3LT, on the subject "How to cut the Home Office budget" - led by Elizabeth Truss, Deputy Director at Reform.
To register your interest, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendance will be confirmed before each event.
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