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5 September 2023 — News story
Autumn Statement 2023 will be 22 November.
15 March 2023
The Chancellor of the Exchequer will present his Spring Budget 2023 to Parliament on Wednesday 15 March 2023.
21 March 2023 — Policy paper
This is the Spring Budget 2023 in full. You can find supporting and related documents below.
15 March 2023 — News story
A revolution in childcare, a £27 billion tax cut for business and a trio of freezes to help families with the cost-of-living headlined the Chancellor’s Spring Budget today, Wednesday 15 March.
15 March 2023 — Speech
Spring Budget 2023 speech as delivered by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt.
15 March 2023 — Policy paper
In the Spring Budget we are setting out a package of measures designed to support people to enter work, increase their working hours and extend their working lives.
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