In November, chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his first fiscal statement. It was, of course, the second fiscal statement of the autumn term. The first – the disastrous “mini-budget” which largely ignored education – was in September. The November statement lasted about 60 minutes and the accompanying document is 70 pages long (HM Treasury, 2022). Here are the things you need to know about it.
First a health warning: The following is based on the information available at the time of writing…
The November Autumn Statement confirmed that an additional £2bn will be allocated to the core school budgets in each of the next two funding years, starting April 2023.
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