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Analysis of the latest data from the Office of National Statistics by R&D tax relief specialists Catax shows that R&D spending in the UK motor industry has slumped 9 per cent annually.
Total motor sector spending on R&D fell to £bn last year, a decrease of £m from a record high of £bn registered a year earlier. The industry now empl people directly involved in R&D.
The average car owner manages to enjoy just nine hours a week behind the wheel of their motor, a study has found. Research revealed while many are proud of the vehicle they own, the amount of time. The size of that deficit will depend on the speed of the recovery and how much extra spending on health in the crisis becomes permanent, but in its “Green Budget” earlier this year the IFS.
Will extra military spending really help the wider UK economy. Is there any merit in claims that the extra spending on the UK’s defence forces will yield an economic dividend. 2 days ago Britain’s struggle to emerge from the Covid pandemic will result in pay packets being squeezed and taxes rising to fill a £40bn hole in the public finances, two leading thinktanks have warned.
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“Tax rises or spending cuts of between £21bn and £46 bn (between and per cent of GDP) would be required merely to stop debt rising relative to GDP,” its post-spending settlement. A video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliament’s Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) shows Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak as he delivers his autumn spending.
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The West Midlands, south Wales and the north-east of England are among the regions vying to host the UK’s first “gigafactory” making electric car batteries, as the government edges towards a.
Post-Brexit UK announces military spending boost 19/11/ Oman Observer LONDON/BRUSSELS: Britain pledged to end the “era of retreat” by announcing a major increase in military spending, despite the coronavirus crisis pummelling the economy, as it seeks to define its post-Brexit role on the world stage.
CHANCELLOR Rishi Sunak will announce a £ million package to support mental health services as part of measures to recover from the coronavirus crisis. The Treasury said he will pledge the new. SPENDING ROUND Presented to Parliament by the Chancellor of the Exchequer by Command of Her Majesty September CP Motoring; Book an ad; Local Listings There was also no sign of people rushing back to book holidays for next year, with spending down 57% compared to October and that its main UK.
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READ MORE: The full list of winners of the Scottish Whisky Awards UK borrowing hits new record Britain borrowed a record £ billion in the first seven months of the financial year. FERRY company Stena Line is defending a promotion allowing students to travel home for free at the beginning of December - saying it is a means to stop the spread of Covid Rishi Sunak is pledging to make jobs his “number one priority” as he sets out his first Spending Review against the backdrop of an economy ravaged by the effects of Covid T he UK Treasury said measures in the Spending Review announced on Wednesday mean Scotland will get an additional £ billion of cash –.
British finance minister Rishi Sunak has promised there will not be a return to austerity due to its Covid response. But he also warned the UK will not have a normal Christmas due to the pandemic. Mr Sunak said he will announce "quite a significant" increase in funding for public services in a one-year spending plan on Wednesday.
The economic emergency caused by coronavirus has only just begun and there will be “lasting damage” to the UK, Chancellor Rishi Sunak said as he set out his Spending Review. Dramatic spending cuts or significant tax hikes will be needed for Rishi Sunak to bring the public finances back under control, experts have warned.
2 days ago The Guardian - Tax increases and spending cuts totalling £40bn will be needed to balance the books as a combination of weak growth and pressure on the NHS and welfare budgets leads to worse than expected public finances in the coming years, a leading thinktank has said.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies, which .The Chancellor made the quip as he prepares to reveal how he plans to start balancing the UK's books and recover from the pandemic in his spending review on Wednesday.2 days ago Tax increases and spending cuts totalling £40bn will be needed to balance the books as a combination of weak growth and pressure on the NHS and welfare budgets leads to worse than expected public finances in the coming years, a leading thinktank has said.
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