Autumn Statement: Chancellor invests in infrastructure

Investment in infrastructure was a key theme of today's Autumn Statement in an attempt to boost the UK's low productivity as the Chancellor made the surprise announcement of a £7.6m fund to "save" the largest privately-owned house in Europe, Wentworth Woodhouse.

by Sarah Cosgrove
Hammond: This is my first Autumn Statement and it will also be my last
Hammond: This is my first Autumn Statement and it will also be my last

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