In his Autumn Statement, the Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, appears to have pulled off the tricky task of reassuring the financial markets of the government’s fiscal discipline while also managing not to deepen the recession. Our economic forecasts suggest he may be rewarded by being able to announce plans to reverse some of the tax hikes and spending cuts before the next general election in 2024.
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