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30 June. 2016 Will the New Government Sweeten the Fiscal Pill?

By Samuel Tombs

Fiscal policy is in limbo until a new leader of the Conservative party has been elected on September 9. Shortly after, however, a new Budget--or a Budget disguised as an Autumn Statement--will be held.

Posted: 29th Jun 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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