Pantheon Macroeconomics - The defeat in the House of Lords of the Government's plans to cut spending on tax
credits by £4.4B next year is not a barrier to their implementation. But it has prompted speculation that the Chancellor will reduce the size of the fiscal
consolidation planned for next year. The plans may be tweaked in the Autumn Statement on 25 November, but we think the economy will still endure a major fiscal tightening next year.

U.K. Documents | 29 Oct. 2015 Will the Chancellor Ease Next Year's Fiscal Squeeze?
The defeat in the House of Lords of the Government's plans to cut spending on tax credits by £4.4B next year is not a barrier to their implementation. But it has prompted speculation that the Chancellor will reduce the size of the fiscal consolidation planned for next year. The plans may be tweaked in the Autumn Statement on 25 November, but we think the economy will still endure a major fiscal tightening next year.

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29 Oct. 2015 Will the Chancellor Ease Next Year's Fiscal Squeeze?

By Samuel Tombs

The defeat in the House of Lords of the Government's plans to cut spending on tax credits by £4.4B next year is not a barrier to their implementation. But it has prompted speculation that the Chancellor will reduce the size of the fiscal consolidation planned for next year. The plans may be tweaked in the Autumn Statement on 25 November, but we think the economy will still endure a major fiscal tightening next year.

Posted: 29th Oct 2015 in 'U.K. Documents'

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