Now the dust has settled, the numbers have been given a thorough going over and the politics of it is playing out, Liberal Democrat Newswire #29 takes a look at the 2012 Autumn Statement. … Read the full post »
Read my posts about the British government’s 2012 Autumn Statement, presented by then Chancellor George Osborne.
This April, one of two things will happen to you. If you earn less than £9,440, you will no longer pay any income tax. If you earn more than that, then you’ll be paying £600 less each year than you were in 2010. … Read the full post »
A trio of media interviews about 2012 Autumn Statement. … Read the full post »
Had fun doing Newsnight last night, talking about the Autumn Statement with Danny Finkelstein and Sally Morgan. … Read the full post »
Here are my first thoughts on the Autumn Statement 2012, with a mix of tweets and retweets: Osborne says that OBR believes weak growth is down to weak trade due to Euro crisis #EDP24 #as2012 — Joe Watts (@JoeWatts_) December 5, 2012 Growth this year will be negative say OBR at -0.1 per cent #bbceconomy … Read the full post »
David Cameron’s plans to end housing benefit for under-25s look set to be omitted from George Osborne’s autumn statement this week after a Lib Dem revolt. … Read the full post »