Budget 2017: Hammond jumps on the electric bandwagon

Budget 2017: Hammond jumps on the electric bandwagon

As has been pointed out elsewhere, the chancellor of the exchequer, Philip Hammond, had limited fiscal options ahead of the 2017 Budget, so he opted to piggy-back on areas of the economy where change was already afoot – thereby reducing any imperative for financial intervention on the part of HM Government.

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