Autumn Statement 2015 – How does it affect you?

November 26th, 2015

Yesterday the chancellor set out his first all-Conservative Spending Review and Autumn Statement, revealing his party’s economic goals for the next five years – and by anyone’s standards, George Osborne is intending to spend a lot of money.

It isn’t immediately obvious how it will all be paid for, but if the OBR’s (Office for Budget Responsibility) forecasts are to be believed, the Government has a £4 trillion budget to cement Britain’s long term economic security. His priorities include:

The devil is always in the detail and over the coming weeks we will no doubt learn just how the proposed reforms will be achieved.

Click here to download a full copy of our Autumn Statement and Spending Review summary.


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