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Fiscal Event September 2022 and its aftermath

Read ICAEW's analysis and reaction to the Chancellor's 23 September mini-budget and the new Chancellor's statement of 17 October, confirming plans to reverse most tax cuts and scale back energy price support.

17 October update

On 17 October, the new Chancellor of The Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, brought forward a number of measures from the late October Medium-Term Fiscal Plan. These reversed most of the changes that had been announced by his predecessor, Kwasi Kwarteng, on 23 September.

ICAEW analysis


News and insights

The PM’s first 100 days: what needs to happen?

On the latest ICAEW Insights podcast, we discuss the economic challenges facing new Prime Minister Liz Truss, and the policy commitments made during the summer’s campaign trail.
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Energy crisis

A look at how supply difficulties, rising electricity prices and sanctions against Russia are contributing to turmoil in energy markets and what businesses can do to lessen the impact.
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Letters to the government

Insights Special: Inflation

A closer look at the impact of inflation on people, businesses, accountancy and the wider economy, bringing together the best expert opinion, data and analysis from ICAEW and its members.
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