Summer Budget 2015 Key Numbers and Highlights

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On 8th July 2015, George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his Summer Budget 2015 to Parliament, the first budget since the General Election. With a Conservative majority, Osborne has the opportunity to enact policies that he believes ‘puts security first’ and provides a ‘Budget for working people’.

The Budget outlined the steps that the government will take to increase wages, cut taxes, support UK businesses and achieve an estimated surplus of £10 billion by 2019-2020. Through welfare reforms and additional fiscal measures, Osborne hopes to spur economic growth and curb benefit dependency, ultimately helping to foster more building, investing and training.

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Wesley Haynes
Wesley Haynes
Wesley is the Director at Glowsure Insurance Brokers. He's passionate about giving the best customer service he can, and this is at the core of everything at Glowsure.
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