A few green surprises were hidden in the Chancellor's Autumn Statement this afternoon - BusinessGreen rounds up everything you need to know
Today marked Chancellor Philip Hammond's first Autumn Statement to the House - and his last, after he announced that the annual address would become the Autumn Budget from next year, with the Spring Budget...
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