Hunt's new fiscal plan delayed by two weeks

Autumn Budget will now take place on 17 November

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Credit: UK Parliament
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Credit: UK Parliament

UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt has delayed the date of his medium-term fiscal plan from 31 October to 17 November.

The news comes just over a week after Hunt said he was bringing forward the twice delayed plan to Halloween. But since then, now former prime minister Liz Truss has been ousted from office and Rish...

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