The Autumn Statement addenda

Friday Briefing

James Baxter-Derrington
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On Wednesday (22 November), Jeremy Hunt addressed parliament for his third fiscal event since taking on the role of chancellor under then PM Liz Truss.

The Autumn Statement featured 110 measures designed to grow the UK economy, including cuts to business rates and National Insurance (but not inheritance tax), ISA reforms (LTAFs, anyone?) and greater R&D relief. But beyond the walls of the Palace of Westminster, a plethora of additional documents found their way onto the HM Treasury website: 52, to be precise. Yet further evidence timing the market is hard Given the raft of Autumn Statement-focused newsletters undoubtedly landing in your inbox, I felt it might be worth casting an eye over the also published. The first that caugh...

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