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Autumn Statement 2014

The Autumn Statement 2014 was delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, on Wednesday 3 December. IFS researchers presented their analysis at a briefing the following day. Presentation slides are below:

Budget 2014 analysis

IFS researchers presented analysis of the 2014 Budget at a briefing on 20 March: slides are available below.

Green Budget 2014 analysis and presentation slides

The IFS Green Budget 2014, funded by the Nuffield Foundation with support from the ESRC through the Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy at IFS, was published on 5th February. The document and slides from the launch are available here. In particular, the analysis includes chapters looking at:

 Ongoing public finance analysis

  • The IFS produces a monthly bulletin analysing recent developments in the government's public finance figures.

 Fiscal facts

Election 2010

Our analysis for the election looked at the Labour Government’s record and at the three main UK parties' proposals. The work was funded by the Nuffield Foundation.

Official documentation

Autumn Statement 2013 documentation is available here. The Treasury's home page links to previous and current Budget documentation. The Office for Budget Responsibility's publications and economic and fiscal forecasts can be found here.


Related outputs

Newspaper article
IFS Director Paul Johnson discusses the Autumn Statement and the direction of British economic policy in a contribution to The Economist published today.
Presentation to BBC journalists, New Broadcasting House, London, 20 November 2014.
Newspaper article
Paul Johnson, IFS Director, writes in the Times.
The Prime Minister, in an article in today’s Times, said “In this parliament we will have made £100 billion of savings while cutting income tax by £10.5 billion. In the next parliament we plan to make £25 billion of savings while making £7.2 billion of income tax cuts”. This repeats a ...