Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a plan to pump £400m of venture capital funds into the British Business Bank to support the UK’s growing companies.
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Today the chancellor Philip Hammond announced the Autumn Statement and unveiled a range of tax reforms and investments. Here’s what businesses had to say about the statement.
The National Living Wage will increase from £7.20 to £7.50 from April next year, representing a pay rise of around £500 to a full-time worker.
The government is set to implement a new diverted profits restriction tackling tax relief for corporate interest expenses and “reform the way that relief is provided for historic losses”, according to chancellor Philip Hammond.
As part of his Autumn Statement, chancellor Philip Hammond promised to double Export Finance funds, taking “total risk appetite to £5bn”.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has just given his first Budget address in the Autumn Statement 2016 speech, and here are the most important developments for business leaders.
The chancellor has announced a new £23bn fund to bridge the UK’s productivity gap over the next five years.
In a digital infrastructure overhaul, chancellor Philip Hammond announced a £1bn broadband investment during the Autumn Statement 2016, which will spread fibre networks and 5G across Britain.
Tax-free employee benefits offered by salary sacrifice schemes are to be restricted, chancellor Philip Hammond has announced.
After chancellor Philip Hammond’s first Budget address to the Houses of Parliament, here is a full transcript of his 2016 Autumn Statement speech.
You might imagine that technology companies are at the forefront of diversity, especially considering most are full of super-intelligent people who would never dream of discriminating against someone. The reality, however is that gender diversity is a huge issue within our industry, and has been for some time.