THE chancellor revealed that borrowing for 2011/12 would be £126bn, a billion pounds lower than predicted.
Next year will see £120bn, then £98bn in 2013/14, followed by £75bn, £52bn and £21bn over the ensuing years.
The tax HMRC expects is underpaid by large companies through “transfer pricing” has risen by 60%
The chancellor has “missed an opportunity” to restore business confidence and encourage UK investment, said Mazars
Hammond “builds for Brexit” with a £27bn “shock absorber”, but the papers raise concerns about the higher borrowing
The last six years offer “no hope” for the future, said John McDonnell in response to chancellor Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement