TaxCorporate TaxGovernment announces PBR date

Government announces PBR date

Chancellor to deliver report, likely to be his last, on December 6

The Chancellor is to deliver the government’s pre-Budget Report on December
6,
the
Treasury
announced today.

The speech will be delivered in the House of Commons at 12:30pm.

Chris Sanger, head of tax policy at
Ernst &
Young
, said: ‘Businesses are making long term decisions and the PBR comes at
a time when more companies are considering whether the UK remains a competitive
location. With tax being an important consideration, the Chancellor’s statement
on Wednesday 6th December could help to provide the long term stability and a
clear sense of direction. Now is the time for the Chancellor to show the outcome
of his discussions and consultations with businesses.’

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