TaxCorporate TaxTax figure in line to replace Budd

Tax figure in line to replace Budd

Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies in line for prominent role

A leading tax figure is among the names being circulated to replace Sir Alan
Budd when he steps down as head of the Office for Budget Responsibility,
The
Guardian reports
.

Sir Alan surprised many when he announced he was stepping down from the newly
formed body, yesterday.

Robert Chote, director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, is one name being
mentioned in connection with the position.

The Treausry will need to move quickly to replace the position by the October
20 deadline, to coincide with the comprehensive spending review.

Further reading:

Office
for Budget Responsibility chief quits amid rumours of political row

Emergency
Budget: clarity needed

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