Five things to watch out for in Jeremy Hunt's Spring Budget

Economic case for tax cuts is 'weak', warns the Institute for Fiscal Studies

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt
The Spring Budget is likely to be Jeremy Hunt's final fiscal event before the general election
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Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will announce his second Budget in the House of Commons next Wednesday in what is likely to be his last fiscal update before the next general election.

The looming national vote makes the chancellor's decisions even more pertinent, but the Spring Budget is expected to be "far more limited than last year's autumn statement", said The Times.

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