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Joint Autumn Statement and Spending Review

On Wednesday the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, stands up to deliver his Autumn Statement, together with the first comprehensive spending review since 2010.
The government has already pledged not to increase VAT, income tax or national insurance, and is under pressure to slow the pace of public sector cuts, so will be looking at other ways of shoring up public finances.

We will see what tomorrow brings in terms of the joint Autumn Statement and Spending Review.

24 Nov 15

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