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It's certainly going to cause the chancellor a lot more trouble than he was
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Oct 06 2017
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Mar 12 2017

There's a chance we'll end up with 15 years of spending cuts and tax rises to undo the damage done by the recession in 2008. My guess is there is more than a 50pc chance that we wont get to balance the books even by 2025. The scale of the spending cuts still required looks really very

Mar 11 2017

There are clearly some who think that the appropriate thing to do is to allow stuff to be passed along the generations because it had been bought out of taxed income in the first place and you don't want to tax it again. That is probably the majority views I suspect. There are others who take very much the opposite

Mar 11 2017

Clearly the stock market has risen. To the extent that there are any shares being inherited, that is going to have an effect. Inflation is a bit higher and the inheritance rate threshold is fixed so that would help. Obviously anyone who has assets overseas they are worth more in pounds terms, I don't know if that [is having an impact]. But I assume housing must be driving a lot of it because that is a very high fraction of what is inherited. It is one of those taxes where people have very different fundamental ethical

Mar 09 2017

That's nine years to grow as much as it would normally grow in one. Fifteen years without a pay rise. I'm rather lost for superlatives. This is completely

Mar 09 2017

What the OBR is saying is that despite that truly dismal record all of the productivity – and with it earnings growth – we would normally expect has been lost forever. This remains the big story of the last decade: a decade without growth, a decade without precedent in the UK in modern

Nov 25 2016

One cannot stress enough how dreadful that is – more than a decade without real earnings growth. We have certainly not seen a period remotely like it in the last 70

Nov 24 2016

We spend less on research and development than most of our competitor economies, so that does hold us back. You kind of know what kinds of roads work and where to build them. We've struggled for decades and probably a century to work out what the right thing to do on the education system

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