No doubt you have absorbed the essence of Philip Hammond’s autumn budget? A few bits and pieces that might increase your take home pay, and if you are a first-time house buyer, jubilation, no stamp duty to pay, unless you intend to live in London that is…
There seems to be an emerging consensus in the national press, that PH has not tackled the larger questions: particularly, productivity and lack of investment.
Still, we will soldier on, grappling with the math as the treasury finds £6.3bn for the NHS over the next few years, and still has enough left in the coffers to fund a £3bn Brexit exit fund.
There seems to be a hiatus, a waiting period, as we and our competitors draw breath to see if the UK is a butterfly or a moth when it emerges into the wider world markets.
In the meantime, we will have to absorb and deal with the Finance Bill when it emerges in the coming weeks.
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