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Historically, the first budget after an election is where a new Government will dispense unpopular policies. According to the Institute for Fiscal Studies, each of the 5 post-election budgets prior to 2015 saw net tax rises over £5 billion.
However a wafer-thin majority, continued confusion over Brexit and Labour’s recent surge in popularity under Jeremy Corbyn mean that Phillip Hammond may have very little room in which to manoeuvre.
Join us for breakfast and expert analysis for what is set to be a fascinating budget that is sure to impact upon you, your family and your business