The Chancellors’ winners and losers

High earners will benefit most from today’s mini budget announcement. Speaking to Business Matters Paul Haywood-Schiefer, Senior Manager at leading tax and advisory firm Blick Rothenberg said: “The reversal of the recent increase to NIC rates will provide savings to all earners, where their income is above around £10,000 per annum (and […]

Mini Budget: UK needs inclusive economic growth, not isolated hot spots

Professor John Bryson, Chair in Enterprise and Economic Geography at the University of Birmingham offered his opinion about the economic measured announced today by Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng. Professor Bryson is an economic geographer whose research focusses on understanding people, organisations and the complex ways in which production is organised through space, […]