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Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021

Inquiry

An inquiry to scrutinise the Government’s 2021 Autumn Budget announcements, its Spending Review, and the Economic and Fiscal Outlook produced by the Office for Budget Responsibility.

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Committee publishes Government response to Budget report
Treasury Committee publishes response to the Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021 report
2 March 2022
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Committee publishes report on Budget and Spending Review
The Treasury Committee publishes its verdict on the Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021
27 January 2022
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Treasury Committee requests further information on pre-Budget press briefings
Treasury Committee writes to the Permanent Secretary to request evidence on pre-briefing information
15 December 2021
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Treasury Committee publishes Government response on social care changes
Committee publishes the Government’s response to a request for an impact assessment on proposed changes to adult social care
23 November 2021
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Committee requests impact assessment on social care changes
The Chair of the Treasury Committee requests further information on the proposed changes to adult social care.
19 November 2021
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Committee examines Health and Social Care Levy
The Treasury Committee scrutinises Government plans for social care
16 November 2021
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Leading economists questioned on Budget and Spending Review 
The Treasury Committee examines economic growth, the labour market, the Chancellor’s new fiscal rules, and the impact of coronavirus on the public finances
4 November 2021
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Treasury Committee to question Chancellor and OBR on Budget and Spending Review
Committee to question the Chancellor and Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) on the Budget and Spending Review
29 October 2021
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