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Rhiannon Kinghall Were (Macfarlanes) provides an overview of the chancellor's Spring Statement.

A summary of the tax-related announcements made with the Spring Statement, by Lexis®PSL Tax.

The chancellor promises extra spending if a Brexit deal can be done, writes John Hawksworth (PwC)
Card image Donna Huggard, Stephen Barnfield, Mark Groom, Patricia Mock
Patricia Mock, Mark Groom, Stephen Barnfield and Donna Huggard (Deloitte) report on the key tax changes which take effect in 2018/19.

A break from the chancellorial mould?


See Tax Journal’s Spring Statement coverage:

The chancellor bides his time as the UK remains in the slow lane of global growth, writes John Hawksworth (PwC).

The documents issued alongside the Spring Statement had a particular focus on the ‘new’ economy, writes Jason Collins (Pinsent Masons).

Lots of questions - but no simple solutions, writes Heather Self (Blick Rothenberg).

A summary of the tax-related consultations, and other tax developments, published at the Spring Statement, by Lexis®PSL Tax.

Forward with a spring? Chris Sanger (EY) reports.