The Chancellor’s Spring Statement, due on Wednesday 23 March, was not supposed to be a major fiscal event. But rapidly rising inflation and the onset of the conflict in Ukraine might force the Chancellor to produce more than just a new set of economic and fiscal forecasts.

IFS researchers will present their initial analysis of the Chancellor's announcements on the public finances, as well as any changes to spending on public services and the tax and benefit system, on the following day, Thursday 24 March, at a livestreamed press briefing.


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