Thinly spread 'Jam' rather than populist gimmicks or rabbits out of hats looks set to be the overriding theme of today's Autumn Statement - the first 'Budget' of Theresa May's government.
According to reports in the Financial Times, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond (pictured) will put cheaper housing at the heart of "a sombre and short Commons speech" focusing on "fiscal discipline...
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