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Mr Hammond may regret not having a March Budget

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With the abolition of the March Budget, this year’s first Spring Statement looks like being a holding operation, with no significant tax or spending announcements. Given the improvement in the public finances in recent months, Philip Hammond may regret that he has deprived himself of the opportunity to do more.

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