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Anthony Barber History

Conservative politician who became Chancellor of the Exchequer in Edward Heath’s 1970 government. His tax-cutting led to a boom, but high inflation led to a statutory prices and income policy. The oil crisis of 1973 led to spending cuts and a confrontation with the miners, bringing down Heath’s government.

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