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U.K. | 1 Nov 2019 New Forecasts to Show Government on Course to Break its Fiscal Rule
The Office for Budget Responsibility has decided to press ahead with the publication of new fiscal forecasts on November 7, despite the government's decision to postpone the Budget until after the next election.

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1 Nov 2019 New Forecasts to Show Government on Course to Break its Fiscal Rule

By Samuel Tombs

The Office for Budget Responsibility has decided to press ahead with the publication of new fiscal forecasts on November 7, despite the government's decision to postpone the Budget until after the next election.

Posted: 31st Oct 2019 in 'U.K.'

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