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U.K. | 23 July 2018 A Welcome Pause to the Fiscal Squeeze is In Sight
The public finances continue to heal rapidly, suggesting that the Chancellor should have scope to soften his fiscal plans substantially in the Autumn Budget.

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23 July 2018 A Welcome Pause to the Fiscal Squeeze is In Sight

By Samuel Tombs

The public finances continue to heal rapidly, suggesting that the Chancellor should have scope to soften his fiscal plans substantially in the Autumn Budget.

Posted: 22nd Jul 2018 in 'U.K.'

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