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U.K. | 14 March 2018 The Chancellor Remains Boxed-in by Deficit Pledges and a Downbeat OBR
The Chancellor kept his word and made only trivial policy changes in the Spring Statement, but he hinted at higher spending plans in the Autumn Budget.

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14 March 2018 The Chancellor Remains Boxed-in by Deficit Pledges and a Downbeat OBR

By Samuel Tombs

The Chancellor kept his word and made only trivial policy changes in the Spring Statement, but he hinted at higher spending plans in the Autumn Budget.

Posted: 13th Mar 2018 in 'U.K.'

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