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Will Chancellor George Osborne raise UK VAT to 25% in his Autumn Statement?

Media speculation ahead of Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne’s Autumn Statement is rife that the UK could need to raise VAT to 25% if it is to plug a £23 billion ($40 billion) hole in public finances. But there are other options.

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