Jeremy Hunt’s Budget – just the main points [VIDEO]

My word, that man can waffle!

I’ve tried to distil the main points in Jeremy Hunt’s Budget statement, and it’s still 40 minutes long!

Nevertheless, if you’re looking for anything in particular, you should be able to find it more quickly than by watching the whole thing.

I was live-tweeting on Twitter at the time and those messages may provide extra information to explain what he meant:


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1 thought on “Jeremy Hunt’s Budget – just the main points [VIDEO]

  1. Stu

    My take on the “scrapping of the work capability assessment” after reading the consultation proposal is that WCA won’t be scrapped but will happen only once.
    I suspect that the bar will be raised so high that PIP will effectively be scrapped as few will qualify, only for it to be replaced by an “Innovative Private Insurance Scam”.

    Why else are they so confident that a single assessment won’t be abused ?

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