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U.K. Documents | 8 March 2018 The Spring Statement Really Will Be a Non-Event
The Treasury has tried to dampen expectations for Tuesday's Spring Statement, which has replaced the Autumn Statement since the Budget was moved last year to November.

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8 March 2018 The Spring Statement Really Will Be a Non-Event

By Samuel Tombs

The Treasury has tried to dampen expectations for Tuesday's Spring Statement, which has replaced the Autumn Statement since the Budget was moved last year to November.

Posted: 7th Mar 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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