Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first, and last, Spring Budget was delivered at a pivotal moment for the UK as it readies itself to begin the process of leaving the EU. The Chancellor will announce a second Budget in the autumn as the Treasury changes to the new financial cycle from 2018. However, his first offering of 2017 contained several significant measures.
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30 April 1909: David Lloyd George’s ‘People’s Budget’ attempts to reduce the gap between rich and poor
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, in introducing the Budget in the House of Commons yesterday, described it as “a war Budget” – a budget raising money to wage warfare against poverty and squalor.
Mr Lloyd-George’s speech was much more than a review of the national finances in the past year and an announcement of the financial proposals for the corning year. It indicated the Government’s plans of social reform for which money will have to be found in future years.
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