George Osborne Quotes and its meanings

George Osborne has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

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What are the top most famous quotes by George Osborne?

Here are the top most famous quotes by George Osborne.

  • The foundations of a strong economy don't rest alone on the decisions of Chancellors or the spending programmes of government.
  • If you want to change the way your banking system is regulated, if you want to learn the mistakes of what's gone wrong, then you have to change your government.
  • Tax cuts should be for life, not just for Christmas.
  • It's normally the kiss of death to be identified as a rising star, or someone to watch.
  • Of all the public services, education is the one I'm most interested in. You get a more dynamic economy, you deal with most social problems, and it's morally right.
  • I had the closest thing I have ever had to an out-of-body experience lying in bed one morning. I turned on the 'Today' programme and item four on the news was: 'The shadow chancellor has ruled himself out of the leadership.' I lay there thinking that's interesting, then I realised it was me.
  • There was a real fear that a euro-zone bank might fail, that we'd have a sovereign debt problem in one of the larger European economies. That's dissipated, thanks largely to the action of the European Central Bank.
  • I think the British people are very, very attached to the idea that the health service is free at the point of use. But there is no reason why every doctor, nurse and teacher in this country has to be employed by the state.
  • I support gay marriage. I support gay marriage because I believe Conservatives support the institutions of commitment.
  • I understand the damage the expenses crisis has done to Parliament, and the paramount importance of restoring trust in our politics.