Writer: Andy King

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Taxing times – preparing for a post-election tax reckoning

Taxing times – preparing for a post-election reckoning The Chancellor’s Spring Budget was characterised by a search for personal tax cuts to sway voters ahead of this year’s election. But in taking another 2p off the rate of National Insurance paid by employees (on top of the 2p cut announced in November), and leaving only […]
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14 Mar, 2024

In pursuit of a more growth-friendly regulatory landscape 

Supporting economic growth  Economic growth has been in short supply in the UK for many years now. And the fiscal space for governments to boost growth has become ever more constrained, with significant risks around the medium-term fiscal outlook. That’s thanks both to the legacy of this century’s financial, Covid and energy crises, and to […]
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30 Nov, 2023

Flint News & Flint in the Media

Andy King writes for Economics Observatory

Specialist Partner Andy King reflects on what fiscal rules are and how they have worked in the UK in his guest piece for Economics Observatory
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17 Apr, 2024

Andy King writes for the Institute for Government

Specialist Partner Andy King has written for the Institute for Government on the lack of post-election plans for public services, and how the OBR could go some way to filling that information gap given the Government’s reluctance to say more about what its plans would involve.
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29 Feb, 2024

Andy King quoted in the FT

Specialist Partner Andy King spoke to the Financial Times about how the Government’s efforts to boost economic growth are captured in Budget forecasts.
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25 Jan, 2024

Specialist Partner Andy King spoke to Market News

Specialist Partner Andy King spoke to Market News about the challenging state of the public finances as we head into this year’s Budget and the forthcoming General Election.
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15 Jan, 2024

Andy King quoted in the Telegraph

Specialist Partner Andy King spoke to the Telegraph about the painful fiscal consequences of the Bank of England’s ongoing reversal of its past ‘quantitative easing’ of monetary policy.
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17 Nov, 2023
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