A second draft of the Finance Bill 2017 was introduced in September following the first draft released earlier in the year
Whilst many in the media focus on that speech, there are plenty of other issues coming out of the Conservative Party Conference last month.
It seems that every major political event of the past twelve months has delivered an unexpected result and an uncertain future.
Following the election one question where many seek answers, is how the result of the general election is likely to affect them financially.
Theresa May’s surprise general election gamble to gain a stronger mandate for Brexit has backfired. What does this mean for your finances?
After reaching a record high in March 2017, the FTSE 100 dropped by 3% following the Prime Minister’s surprise announcement last month
During a surprise announcement outside Downing Street on the morning of 18th April, Theresa May set the date of the next UK general election as the 8th June 2017, almost three full years before the previously expected date of May 2020.