In its last manifesto, the Labour Party pledged to bring the water, rail and energy sectors back into public ownership, while at the same time introducing a Fiscal Credibility Rule. But is it possible to do both and ensure the sound economic future of the UK? ICAEW has joined forces with the Fabian Society to explore the tough spending choices that would face a Corbyn government.
On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union. ICAEW is there to support members, students, businesses, practices and governments as the UK Government negotiates a new relationship with the EU, and puts in place trade agreements with other countries around the world.
On 13 March, Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his first streamlined Spring Statement. Here you can find reactions to the statement from ICAEW's chief executive and experts from the Tax Faculty, as well as the insights from the ICAEW's latest economic forecast for the UK published ahead of the statement.