Spring Budget 2017

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'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.

Brexit is like a Premier League side wanting to be relegated | William Keegan The man who used to run the WTO says the EU single market, set up by Margaret Thatcher, is ‘the top league’. How right he isThis country is obsessed by football. Many of the people who voted to “leave Europe” ...
NHS £20bn boost risks being spent to pay off debts, experts warn PM urged to write off £12bn in hospital overspending or extra healthcare will be unaffordableTheresa May is being urged to write off almost £12bn in overspending by hospitals or risk her £20bn NHS boost being spent on debt repayment rather ...
Chancellor plans budget spending pledges to reassure MPs Backbenchers are anxious about impact of universal credit rollout and years of austerityPhilip Hammond is planning to pepper his budget with a series of spending announcements to reassure Tory backbenchers who are anxious about the impact of universal credit and ...
Hammond 'would need £19bn a year to meet May's end of cuts vow' Aim unlikely to be compatible with balancing the books, says IFS in pre-budget viewPhilip Hammond will need £19bn from higher taxes, extra borrowing or faster-than-expected growth if this month’s budget is to fulfil the prime minister’s promises to end austerity ...
Frictionless Brexit trade deal would bolster budget – Hammond Chancellor says smooth exit would free up much of £15.4bn reserved in case of ‘no deal’A smooth Brexit that offers frictionless trade with the European Union will give the Treasury a double bonus in the budget, the chancellor has said, ...
Theresa May faces Brexit battle as DUP threatens to sabotage government PM tries to rally support after Arlene Foster’s party warns it may vote down budget over Irish backstop planTheresa May is fighting to keep the delicate Brexit negotiations on track after the DUP threatened to vote down the budget and ...
CBI demands £2bn boost for business in Philip Hammond's budget Employers’ organisation seeks help before Brexit on investment, skills and business rates The CBI has demanded that Philip Hammond use the budget on 29 October to prepare companies for a post-Brexit future with a £2bn package of measures to bolster ...
Treasury weighs up tax break for landlords who sell to generation rent Thinktank draws up plan at time when 40% of young adults are unable to buy a homeThe chancellor, Philip Hammond, is considering using this month’s budget to introduce a “good landlord” tax break rewarding investors who sell properties to sitting ...
Brexit not on agenda for Theresa May's next cabinet meeting Upcoming budget will be main topic despite imminent deadline with European councilCabinet members are not expecting to discuss Brexit at their scheduled meeting this week, despite the looming deadline of the European council meeting next week.Brexit does not feature on ...
Electric car prices to soar as axe falls on green subsidies Pressure on Philip Hammond for extra money to save grants for low-emission vehiclesThousands of pounds will be added to the price of some electric and hybrid vehicles as one of the government’s main green initiatives falls victim to cuts, the ...
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.
Spring Budget 2017 - video summary 8 March 2017 - Moore Stephens video summary of the Spring Budget 2017.
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 ...