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The Budget 2018
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Nov 08, 2018

After eight years of economic pain, improved forecasts for government growth and borrowing enabled the chancellor to fund an annual increase in NHS spending, rising to £27.6 billion by 2023-24, while balancing personal tax cuts with increases in business taxes. But he said that if his fiscal plans were blown off course by a chaotic ‘no-deal’ Brexit, he was ready to hold a second emergency Budget in Spring 2019.


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