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    A spring in his step?

    16 March 2018 - 

    This year's Spring Statement was downplayed significantly, managing expectations both with the public and business that this was not a fiscal event – and on that the Chancellor delivered.

  • Podcast Tax & regulation

    Podcast: A spring in his step?

    15 March 2018 - 

    Listen to CBI Principal Economist Megan Baddeley and Senior Economic Policy Adviser Fiona Geskes discuss the Spring Statement, and give an update on the state of the public finances, as well as the business reaction to the Chancellor’s speech.

  • Insight Tax & regulation

    #SpringStatement2018: Is Spring Statement a time to look to the future?

    07 March 2018 - 

    In the Autumn of 2016 the Chancellor announced that the government will now move to a single major fiscal event each year, taking place in the Autumn. Admittedly, since then we’ve have two Budgets, but that was to be expected due to the need to synchronise the policymaking and legislative cycles.

  • Insight Tax & regulation

    CBI scorecard on Autumn Budget 2017

    29 November 2017 - 

    What happened in the Autumn Budget? Here are the key successes for business from #Budget2017.

  • Insight Tax & regulation

    Business tax contribution - 2016/17

    26 April 2017 - 

    In 2016/17 the businesses tax contribution increased by nearly £19 billion from £186.5 billion to £205.3 billion.

  • Report Tax & regulation

    Delivering prosperity

    30 September 2016 - 

    To deliver prosperity throughout our communities, the UK needs a new era of partnership between government and businesses of all sizes and in all corners of the UK.

  • Insight Tax & regulation

    Infographic: Business tax contribution

    22 April 2016 - 

    The Great Business Debate

  • Insight Tax & regulation

    £9 billion a year policy burden could weigh on businesses' ability to deliver jobs and investment – CBI Director-General

    15 February 2016 - 

    New CBI analysis reveals that inaction on business rates, together with recent Government policy changes, including the National Living Wage and the Apprenticeship Levy, will cost businesses around £9 billion every year by 2020-21 and around £29 billion over the course of this Parliament.

  • Insight Tax & regulation

    Tax mythbuster: 8 myths about business paying tax

    14 December 2015 - 

    Confused by the tax debate? Check out our mythbuster on common misconceptions

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