Analysis of the Spring Statement as released by the Chancellor today. *Please note, the statement covers matters which are not currently devolved to NI.
• Additional £25 million to be raised through rates (domestic and non–domestic) • Increases/continuity for health and Education funding • £410m of DUP–Con confidence and supply deal to be released • This is a 1 year budget
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