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IFS 2015 Spending review/autumn statement analysis

On Wednesday 25th November the Chancellor delivered the first Autumn Statement and Spending Review of this parliament. This included spending allocations for Whitehall departments through to 2019-20.

On the following day, Thursday 26th November, the IFS held a lunchtime briefing in the Beveridge Hall, Senate House, London. At this event IFS researchers presented an initial assessment of the consequences for government departments, the size of spending cuts required and an analysis of any new tax and benefit changes.

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Briefing note
On 25th November the government will announce the results of its 2015 Spending Review, allocating spending between government departments for the four years 2016-17 to 2019-20. This background briefing note sets out the constraints facing the Chancellor, given the plans for the public finances that ...
Past event
The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, will be making his first Autumn Statement - and the first since the UK public voted to leave the EU - on Wednesday 23 November. IFS researchers will present their initial analysis at a briefing on the following day, Thursday 24 November.