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The Chancellor rose in a parliament preoccupied with the ongoing Brexit drama to deliver a Spring Statement on the state of the economy.
Mr. Hammond made clear some while ago that he wanted his Spring Statement to be a short financial briefing and he stuck to a no-frills script.
There were no new tax measures and only minor spending changes. The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) trimmed its projections for government borrowing, but
While the Chancellor may have appeared to say little, his statement was followed by some announcements and the publication of a range of documents and draft legislation covering areas including:
These documents are likely to result in legislation following the Autumn Budget.
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