When is the 2023 Autumn Statement?

Nov 9, 2023
Author: Hawsons
Autumn Statement

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, will deliver the Autumn Statement on Wednesday 22 November 2023.  The statement is one of the key financial events in the political calendar and will be Jeremy Hunt’s second Autumn Statement as Chancellor.


What time is the Autumn Statement?

The Autumn Statement usually takes place around lunchtime (12:30pm).

The speech usually begins with a review of the country’s finances.  The Chancellor will then announce his proposals for taxation and spending.

It will be presented alongside the latest economic forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR).

The full speech is expected to last about an hour.


Expert commentary

Our tax specialists will be watching the Autumn Statement on 22 November and will provide relevant announcements on our website and social media shortly after the Autumn Statement is announced. To pick up on our commentary, follow us on Twitter (@Hawsons) or LinkedIn.

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