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Budget Breakdown

Analysing the 2022 Spring Budget and financial forecasts

This event will provide an immediate reaction to the Chancellor’s Budget on 23 March and its likely impact on households, different regions and overall growth. We will discuss what the key measures were in the Chancellor’s Statement, what was missing, and whether he went far enough to tackle the defining economic challenges we face – from rising inflation and cost of living to fragile energy markets and the deepening conflict in Ukraine. We will also explore where this Budget leaves the public finances and what it might tell us about the Chancellor’s plans for tax and spending going into the next General Election. 

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Speakers

Details

March 23, 2022
17:00-
18:00

Location

Online

Speakers:

Anthony Browne MP, Chair of the Backbench Treasury Committee

Shevaun Haviland, Director General of the British Chamber of Commerce

Anna Isaac, Economics Editor at the Independent

 

Chaired by:

Tim Pitt, Partner at Flint Global and Onward Fellow.

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