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San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post (05/12/2013)
Osborne Sees More Growth With Less Borrowing as U.K. Vote Looms
In an article discussing the UK's Autumn Statement, Partner Nilesh Shah was quoted as saying: The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement was as much a political statement as a fiscal one. A lot of numbers and growth forecasts have increased, but still not major growth even four years ahead.”
Sunday Express (01/12/2013)
Help for struggling families?
Partner Frank Nash calls for scaled Stamp Duty to be brought in via the Autumn Statement this year. He also suggested that child benefit could be based on a couple's combined income, rather than the current system where the high-income child benefit charge affects families where one parent is claiming child benefit and the other parent earns £50,000 or over per year. This would make it fairer for those who have less income as a couple.