UK Autumn Budget 2021

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered the Autumn Budget before the House of Commons today (27th October 2021). The Government's new mantra is that an innovative high skilled economy translates into better productivity, thus producing higher wages. However, Sunak acknowledged that growth and prosperity has been skewed in favour of the South East and London and for too long the location of birth has determined futures. His Budget, he heralded, will create an “economy of optimism” for all UK citizens.

In this guide, we have summarised the key highlights from the UK Government’s Autumn Budget 2021.

Click on the below image to read the key highlights of the UK Government’s Autumn Budget 2021.

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