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U.K. Documents | 23 November 2017 The Chancellor Softens the Fiscal Squeeze and Hopes for the Best
The Chancellor was bolder than widely expected yesterday and scaled back the fiscal consolidation planned for the next two years significantly, even though his borrowing forecast was boosted by the OBR's gloomier prognosis for the economy.

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23 November 2017 The Chancellor Softens the Fiscal Squeeze and Hopes for the Best

By Samuel Tombs

The Chancellor was bolder than widely expected yesterday and scaled back the fiscal consolidation planned for the next two years significantly, even though his borrowing forecast was boosted by the OBR's gloomier prognosis for the economy.

Posted: 22nd Nov 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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