Autumn Statement: The Sunday papers

Autumn Statement: The Sunday papers

Should we feel sorry for Chancellor Philip Hammond? Is he being lent on? Will he tax employee workplace perks?
Those questions are all being raised in the Sunday papers before his Autumn Statement on Wednesday.
He is unlikely to have much money for giveaways, as the economy is expected to slow down which will depress tax income.
So the chancellor may choose to borrow money and spend it on big projects to boost the economy.
Here's a quick look at what the Sunday newspapers think might be in store.
Sunday Telegraph - 'Raid on tax perks' On its front page the Sunday Telegraph says there will... read more

20 November 2016 in Business, Views: 56
Source: BBC

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