Jeremy Hunt delivered his first budget since becoming Chancellor, with a primary focus on getting Britain ‘back into work’. Here are some of the key points for Employers and HR to consider.
On the eve of the Budget Jim has been asking the Shadow Chancellor, Rachel Reeves, about her cautious approach to Labour spending plans. Meanwhile the Chancellor is more worried about his backbenchers calling for tax cuts now.
Frank McKenna urges the Chancellor to use his £30 Billion windfall to support business and the economy, and go for growth, when he delivers his budget next month.
Following the Autumn budget announcement, Victoria reviews what Employers/HR need be aware of.
Jim analyses the Chancellor’s statement blaming Brexit and Liz Truss more than Covid and Ukraine for the mess.He also reports on a row amongst Labour members in Bury South.
Victoria explores the implications that the reversal of the off-payroll worker rules passed in 2017 and 2021 will have on employers and employees.
Sedulo breaks down the Spring Statement and what it means for you and your business
Jim looks at the implications of the Chancellor’s statement on the Levelling Up agenda and the date of the next General Election.
Jim asks if the Chancellor’s breezy Budget optimism is justified and the difficulty Labour has in opposing a high spending, high taxing government.
Traditional Tories will see the Chancellor’s budget as heresy. But Sunak and Johnson won’t mind if it delivers them another election victory.
After Business Bashing Boris,the Chancellor is likely to be more supportive of bosses in next week’s Budget according to Jim as he previews what we can expect from Rishi Sunak on Wednesday.
Will “events” prevent the Chancellor from launching an ambitious Budget next week at the start of the Johnson era? Jim also reports on how the towns are fighting back.