Philip Hammond promised to “build an economy that works for everyone” as he announced the Government’s Autumn Statement this week – the first Budget since Brexit.
Veering away from the austerity measures favoured by predecessor George Osborne, he pledged to increase the living wage and help low-paid workers into affordable housing.
But the Chancellor also had some big news in terms of tech investment throughout the UK.
How much attention did you pay to the digital side of the ‘Brexit Budget’?
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