Autumn Statement 23: Chancellor Hunt promises 110 measures to grow UK economy

Reduce inflation and boost GDP growth

Valeria Martinez
clock • 2 min read
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt (pictured) delivered his Autumn Statement in parliament today | Copyright HM Treasury
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Chancellor Jeremy Hunt (pictured) delivered his Autumn Statement in parliament today | Copyright HM Treasury

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has promised 110 different measures to help grow the British economy and boost business investment by £20bn a year in his Autumn Statement, delivered in parliament today (22 November).

Hunt told MPs the measures include cutting business tax, attracting foreign investment, helping entrepreneurs raise money, boost productivity, reforming welfare and speeding up access to the electr...

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