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Rags Jul 18
I believe the independent review.
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Chris Leslie Jul 18
Today’s report on the dangers of a no-deal, no-transition should be a massive wake up call to anyone thinking this would be just another political event. If you doubt this is a cliff edge, these negative statistics paint a pretty stark picture...
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Office for Budget Responsibility Jul 18
Climate change: fiscal risks from sudden shocks and long-term pressures, depending on the scale of global warming. But potential impact poorly understood and modelled.
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KLM Jul 19
Personally know many public sector retirees. They have very healthy pensions. Since 2008, many hv taken the austerity hit, ie Re: Fiscal governance- why was the entire country not ‘scaled’ downward?
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Office for Budget Responsibility Jul 18
Robert Chote, OBR Chairman, on our IMF no deal stress test scenario
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IFS Jul 18
The have said a no-deal could blow a £30 billion hole in the public finances, in today's report. What does that mean for the Conservative leadership candidates' tax and spending pledges?
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bisciari patrick Jul 18
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Peter Hayes Jul 18
Replying to @OBR_UK
Why now? Why late? Why take over three years to compute ?
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Craig Moran Jul 19
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Gowling WLG Planning & Environmental Team Jul 18
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Office for Budget Responsibility Jul 23
Robert Chote explains how policy risks have increased since two years ago, partly thanks to Conservative leadership candidates' policy proposals. Read more in our report, published last week:
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CatG Jul 18
Replying to @rgates077
I trust you believe what BJ has to say about kippers. After all why wouldn’t you believe everything this clown 🤡 has to say? The futures looking bleak! ☹️
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Just Me Esqinder 🇪🇺🇬🇧🇮🇳 Jul 18
Replying to @BorderIrish
Well, it’s probably worth more than the flag to be fair
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Adam Jul 18
Replying to @OBR_UK @hmtreasury
Utter nonsense. This is the same OBR that predicted economic recession, emergency budget, job losses, etc, just on the vote to leave the EU.
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Ben Stansfield Jul 18
Replying to @stanbensfield
Of particular interest are recommendations to: integrate climate-related risks into the broader management of fiscal risks"; consider the trade-off between climate and other objectives (such as fuel duties); & manage shocks to the public purse from climate change
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Ben Stansfield Jul 18
The has published latest version of its fiscal risks report today. On risks, the OBR raises some huge questions for Government to consider and respond to. Climate risks have big impacts but are poorly understood and modelled (1/2)
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Andrew Dunn Jul 18
Foot, shoot, own. All other words that cross the mind. .
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Aldo Jul 18
you are an educated man, but you like many fail to understand the difference between could and would.
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Against The Grain Jul 18
At a time of immense , are we prepared to, or more specifically able to, deal with the relevant ?
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Anthony Gooch Gálvez Jul 18
No-deal : From 2020, hit to finances is £30bn annually& rising...over half a billion, a week in the red
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