The UK's GDP growth forecast for 2017/18 has been revised downwards by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) in today's Autumn Statement, with Brexit-related uncertainty expected to cost the country 2.4 percentage points in growth over the next few years.
In his first Autumn Statement since being appointed as Chancellor in July, Philip Hammond (pictured) revealed economic growth in 2016 is expected to reach 2.1%, higher than previous forecasts of 2%. ...
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