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Posted on 27 April 2022 by Cian Sion
As local election day approaches, this Wales Fiscal Analysis blog post sets out the funding and spending context for local authorities over the next five years.
Posted on 17 March 2022 by Guto Ifan
On 23 March, Rishi Sunak will deliver his Spring Statement against the backdrop of heightened uncertainty and rising inflation. There has been talk of a ‘policy-light’ fiscal event, following on […]
Posted on 26 October 2021 by Cian Sion
In the third of a three-part blog series on household finances, the Wales Fiscal Analysis team present the latest picture of the labour market in Wales as the furlough scheme is wound down.
Posted on 22 October 2021 by Cian Sion
In the second of a three-part blog series on Welsh household finances, the Wales Fiscal Analysis team examine the latest evidence of price increases and the impact on the cost of living.
Posted on 15 October 2021 by Cian Sion
In the first of a three-part blog series on Welsh household finances, the Wales Fiscal Analysis team examine the impact of the recent cut to Universal Credit and planned tax rises on households.
Posted on 1 July 2021 by Cian Sion
Today marks the end of the Land Transaction Tax (LTT) holiday in Wales. Property purchases over £180,000 will no longer qualify for the temporary tax relief worth up to £2,450. […]
Posted on 10 March 2021 by Cian Sion
This blog post sets the scene for local government as we enter a new financial year and the second year in the shadow of COVID-19.
Posted on 18 November 2020 by Guto Ifan
On 25 November, the UK Government’s Spending Review will conclude. Spending decisions are likely to have wide-ranging fiscal and political implicaitons for Wales. This blog post sets out what to […]
Posted on 16 November 2020 by Cian Sion
Following the release of new labour market data last week, Jesús Rodríguez and Cian Siôn walk us through what this tells us about the pandemic’s impact on the Welsh workforce and job market.
Posted on 17 July 2020 by Guto Ifan
As usual, the UK Chancellor’s “mini budget” on 8 July was followed by claims, counterclaims, and confusion over the amount of additional funding for the Welsh budget. The UK government […]
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