Spring Statement 2019 – What your business needs to know

Overshadowed somewhat by Meaningful Vote 2, rejected by MPs last night, and a vote on no-deal Brexit taking place this evening, Chancellor Phillip Hammond opened his Spring Statement by seeking to tempt MPs with ‘what they could have’ should they vote for an orderly Brexit before 29 March 2019.

As arguably one of the most vocal Cabinet members against a no-deal Brexit, the stage was set for Hammond to deliver a dire warning to Parliament of increasing risk to the UK economy should a disorderly Brexit occur. Some in Government feared Hammond had been given an important, open platform sandwiched in between two Brexit votes to speak his mind on the Brexit process and possibly irritate the Brexiteers in his Party with…

Click here to read Cicero’s overview of the Spring Statement 2019

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