Budget 2017

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Budget 2017: key points


The key talking points from Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Budget

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Hammond's Budget commits to spend £44bn on housing


Chancellor focuses on boosting housing market with cash pledge, new target of 300,000 homes per year and scrapping stamp duty for most first time buyers

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Budget 2017: Industry reaction


What does the industry think?


Budget 2017: as it happened


Updates from Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget speech to the Commons as it happened

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Budget 2017 preview: Something's gotta give

2017-11-10T06:00:00+00:00By David Blackman

As the chancellor gears up for the Autumn Budget, he is under pressure to ease austerity, potentially taking the focus away from big-ticket construction projects. David Blackman reports on what the industry wants from the Budget versus what it is likely to see