Public Finance, 23 November 2016

William Mosseri-Marlio, Senior Researcher at Reform, wrote an article for Public Finance in response to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. He argued that although the Chancellor had little room for manoeuvre, there were still some tweaks that he made. These included his decisions to increase net borrowing and a revision on the debt target. However, he noted other new tweaks including the £23bn National Productivity Investment Fund and that there could be room for the Government to change their position on the triple lock at the next spending review.

161123-public-finance-wmm-pt-1 Read the full article here.