In this Government’s first budget and the first since the UK left the EU, the Chancellor, just four weeks into his role, was faced with a number of challenges.
A lot of the material content of this Budget had been in respect of existing areas that had been foreseen. However the global economic effect that the current Coronavirus outbreak, combined with the devastating effect that flooding has had on certain areas of the UK has led to the need for all of these issues to also be incorporated, whilst ensuring this is a Budget that delivers on the promises made by the government to lay foundations for the UK’s future prosperity.
What will be greeted with a sigh of relief for the financial services industry is there has only been a minimal amount of tinkering. It is widely hoped that the current uncertain economic climate will only be temporary in nature and that the situation will be a little more settled by the time the Autumn Budget comes around.
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