Mini Budget 22: Government to target growth of 2.5%

Several planned tax cuts confirmed by Kwasi Kwarteng

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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The chancellor set out a legislative program of “supply-side reforms”
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The chancellor set out a legislative program of “supply-side reforms”

The government has set a target of reaching a 2.5% growth rate for the UK economy, Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng said at today’s (23 September) Mini Budget.

The chancellor set out a legislative program of "supply side reforms", which he said would allow the UK to transition from a "vicious cycle of stagnation into a virtuous cycle of growth". Averag...

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