Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled jobs plan
'Policy and action' needed
Loose fiscal policy, but more uncertainty
Sajid Javid to 'make good' on election commitments
Experts react to 2019 Spring Statement
Warns of consequences of no deal
Would reduce investor payments by £1bn a year
UK must move faster on regulatory issues, writes Alexander Mann
Key announcements on UK growth, Brexit and tax
Deal would offer UK 'double deal dividend'
UK deficit to reach lowest level in 20 years by 2023/24
'Forecasts are there to be beaten': Sterling spikes as Hammond delivers upbeat outlook in Spring Statement
Up 0.46% against the US dollar
Second Budget this year
Autumn Budget 2017: OBR significantly cuts UK growth forecasts; Hammond sets aside further £3bn for Brexit
GDP growth forecasts cut from 2% to 1.5%
Has faced criticism during the tenure
Announced NIC rise in Budget last week
With predictions for Autumn Budget
City speeches earned him £800k
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced a significant cut in the tax-free dividend allowance from £5,000 to £2,000 from April 2018 in his first and last Spring Budget.
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Would allow for 'smoother transition'