Spring statement 2018: what to look out for in Philip Hammond's speech

Spring statement 2018: what to look out for in Philip Hammond's speech
 

Philip Hammond has promised MPs a short, snappy affair when he delivers the government’s first spring statement to the Commons at about 12.30pm on Tuesday.
Shorn of tax and spending measures, the chancellor’s 15- to 20-minute speech will play second fiddle to the budget, which has been moved to the autumn.
Attention will focus on the latest forecasts for the economy and the public finances provided by the government’s independent forecaster, the Office for Budget Responsibility, which last reported in November.
This is what to look out for in the chancellor’s statement:
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13 March 2018 in Business, Views: 42
Source: Guardian
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