This year’s Autumn Statement was somewhat of a step change compared to the sobering state of the economy this time last year. With a fiscal windfall of £27bn, the Chancellor was able to turn his attention to cutting taxes.
UK economy recovery slows in August; Insolvency up by 16.5% compared to last year; Industry backlash at HS2 U-turn; and Treasury task force details carbon reporting rules.
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HMRC reopens self-assessment helpline; Employers ramp up counter-offers to retain staff; ONS revises its findings and says economy actually grew in 2021; and Chancellor announces date for Autumn Statement 2023.