Mini Budget Reversal

Ever get the feeling that if you blink you might miss something? That’s been the state of British politics over the last few weeks. From fiscal statements that cause market meltdown to the revolving door of PMs and Chancellors, the word ‘unprecedented’ only had a brief reprive from ‘covid’ and ‘cost of living crisis’ headlines before re-appearing yet again in our newspapers, tv screens and media streams.

The latest changes were outlined on 17 October with the aim of stabilising the UK’s economy and providing reassurance in the Government’s commitment to fiscal prudence.

Click here for a summary of the current position which we hope you find useful.



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