Spring Budget 2017

Spring Budget Social Media Wall

'The trouble with a budget is that it’s hard to fill up one hole without digging another.' Dan Bennett

The next Spring Budget is on Wednesday 8 March 2017. Keep upto date with our Spring Budget Social Media Wall.

As with previous budgets, we will be producing an in-depth summary of the key facts and figures and how it may affect individuals and businesses. Please add your details here to be sent a copy straight to your inbox when issued on 9 March 2017.

Children with respiratory conditions face a twofold threat this winter | Letter Paediatric wards could soon be filled with wheezing, spluttering children who are struggling to battle cold weather and toxic air, say health expertsAs our NHS prepares itself for a winter crisis of hospital bed shortages and emergency admissions, it is ...
Jo Johnson backs bid to force Treasury to reveal no-Brexit forecasts Ex-minister expected to make first speech from backbenches to support amendment to the finance billJo Johnson, the Conservative MP who resigned as a minister to back a second Brexit referendum, will on Monday throw his weight behind a bid to ...
Labour needs to be honest about the need for higher taxes | Letters William Wallace and Mark Ellis on the thorny issues of taxation and inequalityLarry Elliott fails to provide a convincing defence of John McDonnell’s refusal to challenge the budget’s increase in the entry point for higher income tax (Analysis, 12 November). ...
Why do working people ‘deserve’ more help than those without jobs? | Ruth Patrick Philip Hammond’s budget helped so-called hardworking families. But the undeserving poor are left out in the coldPhilip Hammond pledged that his budget would deliver for so-called hardworking families: “the strivers, the grafters and the carers who are the backbone of ...
UK won't be seen as 'reliable partner' for trade if it refuses to pay EU... Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenDowning Street lobby briefing - SummaryLunchtime summaryAfternoon summary 7.03pm GMT 7.02pm GMT This is from HuffPost’s Paul Waugh. Brexiteer backbencher @SimonClarkeMP asks Hammond isn't it the truth that your own preference ...
Why can’t the Treasury be honest and say what the budget really means to you?... We need a straightforward breakdown of how new tax rates will affect the publicAlmost every year the most-read story on the Guardian website on budget day is “What it means to you”. Readers want to see a quick ready-reckoner on ...
Digested week: a sonnet, Antarctic intrigue and Dave's return | John Crace Also this week: Fiscal Phil’s boredom budget and Dominic Raab’s spectacular ineptitudeMy daughter’s second wedding was a wonderful, emotional day. A day when two families became one, but also a day of stepping back and letting go. There were tears. ...
Financial Planning Update - Spring Budget 2017 Jason McGuigan provides his 60 second summary on the impact of the Chancellor's 2017 Spring Budget on financial planning.
Budget Statement: 22 November 2017 Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered the 2017 Autumn Budget Statement to the House of Commons on Wednesday 22 November.
UK Spring Budget 2017: What You Need To Know! Find our full UK Spring Budget summary for individuals and small businesses here: https://goo.gl/ti5e15 How is the UK's economy in the wake of Brexit? How is ...