Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: Spring Statement

Industry perspectives: The chancellor’s spring statement

industry perspective chancellors spring statement
It’s not necessarily about what’s happened, says Bacta CEO John White, it’s all about what’s going to happen. And the chancellor’s spring statement doesn’t seem to have addressed the elephant in the room - inflation.

Comment: Promise of jam tomorrow / Twists and turns of political rhetoric

Comment hospitality VAT David Clifton Chris Philp
As one door smacks you in the face another smashes into the back of you - what has hospitality done to merit such appalling and insensitive treatment from the government?

BGC head warns government to avoid “well-meaning but naive changes” to gambling regulations

Michael Dugher Betting and Gaming Council warns government on well meaning but naive changes gambling regulations
BGC CEO Michael Dugher highlighted the gaming industry’s contribution the UK economy, but cautioned the government that this could be put at risk by poorly thought-out changes to the country’s gambling regulations.

“The devil will be in the detail”: Just how much will Spring Statement changes help businesses?

Will Spring Statement help business
The Chancellor has announced a freeze on the business rates multiplier for 2022-23, along with a rise in the Employment Allowance, but in the all-important matter of retaining the 12.5 percent rate of VAT for the hospitality and tourism industry, Mr Sunak has bottled it. There was little in the Statement to put a spring in the industry’s steps.