Spring Statement 2019

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, stood up on Wednesday 13th March to deliver his second Spring Statement at an inauspicious time following the House of Commons’ dramatic rejection of the Government’s Brexit deal the previous evening.

Download our summary of the Spring Statement below which includes an update on:

  • The Economy
  • Employment and Wages
  • Public Spending and Technology
  • Housing
  • Environment and Other News

We also include a helpful summary on the last page of important tax changes for 2019/20

As always, if you have any questions, please get in touch.

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