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U.K. | 5 Feb 2020 New Fiscal Forecasts Will Clip the Chancellor's Wings
The Budget on March 11 will be the first time that the new government's ambition and bluster collide with reality.

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5 Feb 2020 New Fiscal Forecasts Will Clip the Chancellor's Wings

By Samuel Tombs

The Budget on March 11 will be the first time that the new government's ambition and bluster collide with reality.

Posted: 4th Feb 2020 in 'U.K.'

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