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Budget Autumn 2017 inquiry

Inquiry

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered the Autumn Budget Statement to the House of Commons on Wednesday 22 November 2017.

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

Reports, special reports and government responses

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5th Report - Autumn Budget 2017
Inquiry Budget Autumn 2017 inquiry
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Report
Response to this report
3rd Special Report: Autumn Budget 2017: Government and Office for Budget Responsibility responses to the Treasury Committee’s Fifth Report
Special Report
3rd Special Report: Autumn Budget 2017: Government and Office for Budget Responsibility responses to the Treasury Committee’s Fifth Report
Inquiry Budget Autumn 2017 inquiry
Special Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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5 December 2017
Inquiry Budget Autumn 2017 inquiry
Witnesses Andrew Courts, Member, Global Forum for Taxation, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Frank Haskew, Head of Tax Faculty, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and Ray McCann, Deputy President, Chartered Institute of Taxation.
Oral Evidence
6 December 2017
Inquiry Budget Autumn 2017 inquiry
Witnesses Rt Hon. Philip Hammond MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Clare Lombardelli, Director, Strategy, Planning and Budget, HM Treasury
Oral Evidence
30 November 2017
Inquiry Budget Autumn 2017 inquiry
Witnesses Robert Chote, Chairman, OBR, Graham Parker, Member of Budget Responsibility Committee, OBR, Professor Sir Charles Bean, Member of Budget Responsibility Committee, OBR
Oral Evidence
HM Treasury (Chancellor of the Exchequer) (TAB0007)
Chartered Institute of Taxation (TAB0004)
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (TAB0005)

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