Autumn Statement 2013

George Osborne gave his fiscal summary in a confident manner. Public sector net borrowing down to zero by 2018-19, over a million new private sector jobs created, higher domestic spending as a sign of recovery, new incentives for small businesses, more students at university, petrol prices down, rail fare price rises held down, capital gains tax would be charged to foreign owners of houses in the UK; the list went on.

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