Posted by karengray - October 30, 2018 8:28 am
Autumn Budget report
Budget to end austerity
Yesterday Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered what should be his last Budget ahead of ‘Brexit’ . In doing so he stated that the Conservative party were confident of a Brexit deal which he said “would open up a new chapter in our Country’s economic future”. “Confident, he said, but not complacent”. He stipulated a three pronged approach to his Budget as we near the 30 March deadline including, if warranted, upgrading the Spring Statement into a full fiscal event.
We will be posting more coverage and follow-up commentary following the Budget but in the meantime you can read our full Budget Report below.
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