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The Chancellor could spend billions on tax cuts in the Budget

A combination of higher revenue and lower spending, together with the more favourable outlook for GDP and interest rates, means that the Chancellor has a large amount of fiscal space ahead of his budget on 15 March.

The Telegraph Frontpage Thursday 2023 February 23

By Sam Hall Jeremy Hunt will send Britain in a “drastically anti-investment direction” if he forges ahead with a planned increase in corporation tax, BT has warned. Meanwhile, the V&A has acquired the David Bowie archive, which includes his most famous stage outfits. Hunt’s tax raid ‘drastically anti-investment’, warns BT The telecoms giant BT hasContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage Thursday 2023 February 23”

2022 October 14: In the News

US Capitol riot, economic blows, people waiting longer for medical treatment, and a cut short trip to Washington

The Guardian looking at the second week of August 2022

August 08 Metropolitan police / Revealed: Force strip-searched 650 children in two-year period The children’s commissioner for England has denounced the Metropolitan police’s record on child protection after new data revealed that 650 children were strip-searched over a two-year period and the majority were found to be innocent of the suspicions against them. Dame RachelContinue reading “The Guardian looking at the second week of August 2022”