The UK will find out tomorrow whether the 22 June emergency Budget will kick
off at 12:30pm, three hours earlier than previously planned.
The potential change comes after Sir George Young, the Leader of the House of
Commons, tabled a motion at Westminster.
A Treasury spokeswoman said that a decision on whether to pass the motion was
expected on Wednesday, but until then the emergency budget is still officially
slated to go ahead at 3:30pm.
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