March has traditionally been the month for Budgets, but no longer. In Autumn 2016 the then new Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced that he would be moving to Autumn Budgets and Spring Statements, a mirror image of the past. However, the change was not instantaneous, and we thus had two Budgets last year, in March and November. Now we have had our first Spring Statement.
Full article – Budget Newsletter – Spring Statement_March 2018 (PDF)
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