The Chancellor played both Santa and Scrooge in the Budget
Budget Day, in case you hadn’t realised, is terribly exciting. Last week Chancellor Philip Hammond held a briefcase, cracked some jokes, and talked about statistics for an hour. Amidst all the exhilaration, he even found time to unveil some new policies.
The headline act was the announcement of a higher SDLT-free band for first-time buyers, which has received particular (largely positive) attention To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management magazine.
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