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November 21, 2022

UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt outlines energy security and tax plans

Autumn Budget included the creation of an energy efficiency taskforce, as well as reforms on Solvency II and a review of EU regulations.

In a highly anticipated speech last week, UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt (pictured) said that government spending would prioritise stability, growth and public services, following several turbulent weeks in which the nation saw severe market turmoil, political chaos and the death of its longest-serving monarch. Markets, businesses and households alike had been waiting to find out the latest government measures affecting wages, taxes, energy supplies, investment and green policy.

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