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Public Finances (Mar.)

The news that total borrowing in 2022/23 was £13.2bn lower than the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) predicted only a month ago provides the Chancellor with more wiggle room to cut taxes and/or raise spending ahead of the next general election, which is due to take place by January 2025.

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