Rishi Sunak has named October 27 as the date for the three-year Spending Review, as well as his Autumn Budget.

The Budget and Spending Review will see the Chancellor set out how he plans to balance the books following a number of difficult decisions on how to repair the economy following the Covid pandemic.

The date was announced during the Prime Minister’s address to the Commons on Tuesday, where he confirmed controversial plans to increase National Insurance by 1.25%.

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7 September 2021 Guardian

8 September 2021 FT Adviser

Tony Wilson, Director, IES on twitter

23 September 2020 BBC: Coronavirus: Autumn Budget to be scrapped this year

Information and networking session for ERSA members

Hear analysis from this year’s autumn budget and spending review with Tony Wilson, Director at the IES at ERSA members online meeting ‘ Communications and Political Insights Network (CPIN)’ on 2 November at 11am – more details and to register in advance (members and guests) here.