Chancellor Philip Hammond fell short of making his first Budget a 'memorable' one but industry commentators have said it was wise to adopt a more cautious, 'anti-Goldilocks Budget' until the path to Brexit is clearer.
While the Chancellor echoed previous comments from government and central banks that the UK economy has been much more resilient than expected in the wake of the Brexit referendum, and the Office for Budget...
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