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Seven reasons the Autumn Statement shows we have a chancellor without a clue

By Nathan Akehurst (political editor) with contributions from Grace Blakeley (economics editor) Francesca Lord (policy editor) and Jack Moran (features editor)

He was forced to climb down on tax credits – but couldn’t even execute a U-turn properly… 792 more words

Political Strategy

Rumours of IR35’s changes have been greatly exaggerated

Reports of imminent changes to IR35 (tax legislation designed to tax ‘disguised employment’ at a rate similar to employment) were circulated widely in the lead-up to yesterday’s Autumn Statement. 209 more words


You can keep your 'free' childcare, I know the real cost: An open letter to George Osborne.

Dear Mr Osborne,

I watched some of your Autumn Statement during my lunch hour today and was filled with an uncomfortable mixture of amusement and disgust. 1,096 more words


The Big Question: What Do You Want From The Autumn Statement?

Green & Co’s Ed Gooderham answers the South Wales Argus Big Question this week.

Tomorrow is the Autumn Statement from Chancellor George Osborne.

Business Argus asked local business people what they would like to see him announce…

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Treasury Autumn Statement Wednesday 25th November

• The Chancellor of the Exchequer will deliver the government’s autumn statement to Parliament on Wednesday 25 November 2015.
• The autumn statement sets the spending agenda, which in turn shapes the HMRC tax policy for the budget next year. 35 more words

Tax And Accounting News

Chancellor Jim Steadman Honored as Diocese's Newest Canon

During Convention 2015’s Eucharist Bishop Sean made Jim Steadman Canon Chancellor for his years of unparalleled service to the Diocese.  Below are the words Bishop Sean read aloud. 475 more words

Bishop Sean