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What does Autumn Budget 2018 mean for hospitality?

What does Autumn Budget 2018 mean for hospitality?

By Sophie Witts

The Autumn Budget drew a mixed reaction from the hospitality industry, with Chancellor Philip Hammond offering an olive branch to the high street, but facing criticism from winemakers.

What does Spring Budget 2017 mean for hospitality?

What does the Spring Budget mean for hospitality?

By Sophie Witts

Chancellor Philip Hammond offered an olive branch to pubs facing rising business rates in today’s budget, but raised the price of a pint of beer for the first time in five years.

The hospitality sector welcomed the review of business rates and the abolition of National Insurance contributions for young apprentices

Hospitality sector ‘pleased’ with Autumn Statement announcements

By Melodie Michel

The hospitality industry generally welcomed Chancellor George Osborne’s announcements about business rates and the abolition of National Insurance contributions for young apprentices in the 2014 Autumn Statement, but expressed doubts about the abolition...

In his 2013 Autumn Statement, Chancellor George Osborne said the Government's plans will 'remove the cap on aspiration'

Autumn Statement 2013: What it means for hospitality

By Luke Nicholls

"Britain's economic plan is working," proclaimed George Osborne in his Autumn Statement earlier today as the Chancellor pledged to support 'the hard-working values' of the nation's high street restaurants, cafés and pubs. 

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