Spring statement: Hammond pledges first £95m for 'full fibre' as he opens consultations on tax-free training for freelancers and self-employed

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Spring statement: Hammond pledges first £95m for 'full fibre' as he opens consultations on tax-free training for freelancers and self-employed

Thirteen towns and cities named in £95m full-fibre push, announced in Spring statement

Chancellor Philip Hammond promised action on late payments and a consultation on extending tax-free training to the self-employed in his Spring Statement today, pledges made as he also named the first...

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