UK Autumn Budget 2021 to herald 'economic age of optimism' - reports

Mark Battersby
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UPDATE: To read the ten key takeaways from today's Budget, click here. Rishi Sunak will use his budget statement today (27 October) at 12h30 to insist the UK is entering an economic "age of optimism" as upgraded growth forecasts give the UK chancellor the chance to unveil extra public spending, according to reports. Rishi Sunak is expected to use up to £30bn from the proceeds of faster growth to invest in public services and reduce borrowing when he unveils his budget on Wednesday (27 October), The Times said. Sunak will brandish new official forecasts showing that the UK economy h...

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