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Spring Budget 2020

Inquiry

The Treasury Committee will conduct post-Budget scrutiny, including taking evidence from the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Office for Budget Responsibility and economists.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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18 March 2020
Inquiry Spring Budget 2020
Witnesses Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP (Chancellor of the Exchequer at HM Treasury), and Dan York-Smith (Director, Strategy, Planning and Budget at HM Treasury)
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
17 March 2020
Inquiry Spring Budget 2020
Witnesses Robert Chote (Chairman at Office for Budget Responsibility), Andy King (Member of Budget Responsibility Committee at Office for Budget Responsibility), and Professor Sir Charles Bean (Member of Budget Responsibility Committee at Office for Budget Responsibility)
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
16 March 2020
Inquiry Spring Budget 2020
Witnesses Torsten Bell (Chief Executive at Resolution Foundation), Paul Johnson (Director at Institute for Fiscal Studies), Diane Elson (Chair at Women's Budget Group), and Linda Yueh (Professor of Economics at Oxford University and London Business School)
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
SPB0004 - Spring Budget 2020
Witnesses Association of Taxation Technicians
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence
SPB0003 - Spring Budget 2020
Witnesses Chartered Institute of Taxation
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence
SPB0002 - Spring Budget 2020
Witnesses Institute Chartered Accountants Scotland
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence

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