What London chiefs think about the Autumn Statement…

By Michael Burton | 10 January 2017

Last November’s Autumn Statement was historic for at least three reasons; it was the first under the new Government and the new chancellor, the first outline of economic strategy since the EU referendum and also the last Autumn Statement.

It was perhaps less momentous for local government, failing to make any announcement about the social care funding crisis although it was more expansive on funding for housing and infrastructure. Inevitably, the social care issue was one highlighted by the London chief executives.

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