The Autumn Statement 2022


The Autumn Statement, by its own admission, is the final reversal of the substantive policies in the former Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng’s “Growth Plan”, ending low tax investment zones, and sunsetting stamp duty allowances. The new Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, spoke from the despatch box of the families that had to make sacrifices every day to make ends meet, and the requirement for the Government to do the same; through a raft of personal tax measures.

The Atticus Partners team has dissected Hunt’s Autumn Statement, and Atticus’ Senior Counsel, Peter Cardwell, has assessed what it means for the country moving forward.

Click on the image below to read the Atticus summary. 

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