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George Osborne’s legacy lives on in Philip Hammond’s latest budget

The Chancellor glossed over terrible forecasts, delivered more hype than substance on industrial strategy, and succumbed to another housing market stimulus. But the Osbornomics bag of budget tricks is delivering diminishing returns for the British economy Philip Hammond lacks the showmanship of George Osborne, but his latest budget taught us, if nothing else, that he is a great deal funnier. … Continue reading

23 November 2017 by
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A time for governing in prose (and spreadsheets)

Andy Westwood

Philip Hammond is facing significant political and fiscal challenges which mean his first Autumn Statement is likely to be a sobering affair Winter is approaching, there’s snow upon the ground. The queue of bids for support is getting longer as we count down the days to this week’s Autumn Statement.  Everyone wants to be at the front of the queue … Continue reading

21 November 2016 by
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