All the announcements made so far on the Autumn Budget and Spending Review

Here is a brief run down of all the pledges in the budget so far:

Public pay freeze scrapped The Chancellor is due to announce that the 12-month public sector pay freeze is to end, paving the way for more than five million workers to potentially receive a pay rise next year. Minimum wage rise Around two million workers will get a pay rise next year when the National Living Wage is increased from £8.91 an hour to £9.50. ‘Levelling up’ transport Nearly £7 billion would be given to areas such as Greater Manchester, the West Midlands and South Yorkshire for projects ranging from tram improvements to introducing London-style improvements in infrastructure, fares and services. Digital overhaul for the NHS A £6 billion package will help tackle NHS backlogs and invest in technology and data to improve efficiency and security. Health research and development £5 billion over the next three years to fund research and development to tackle health inequalities.

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A ‘skills revolution’ £3 billion for post-16 and adult education, including skills ‘bootcamps’, T-levels and funding for special educational needs Housing on brownfield sites £1.8 billion to help regenerate land and level up the country, includes 100 new urban “pocket parks” across UK. Global Britain Investment Fund The £1.4 billion fund will encourage internationally mobile companies to invest in the UK’s critical industries, including life sciences and automotive. Boost for museums and galleries Over three years, £850 million will “breathe life” back into cultural hotspots. Protection at the border Ageing Border Force vessels will be replaced by new cutters as part of a £700 million investment. Sports talent Sports facilities will see £700 million of funding to help foster the next generation of sporting stars. Maths coaching A £560 million scheme to improve maths skills, as it was revealed more than eight million people in England have numeracy skills lower than those expected of a nine-year-old, with the North East, West Midlands and Yorkshire and the Humber worst affected. The new Sure Start? The Chancellor will announce a range of investments totalling £500 million towards support for families and children, including new family hubs. Crime prevention A £435 million package with a focus on violent offences against women. Dragons’ Den-style investors A £150 million pot of funding for the British Business Bank will encourage the development of regional networks of Dragons’ Den-style angel investors to help make people’s dreams of starting a business a reality.

Post-Brexit tax rule changes Tax changes will be introduced to try to tempt more of the world’s largest shipping companies to UK shores.

Cutting-edge treatment for veterans

Innovative surgery could be available for veterans through research grants handed out by a new fund.

More on the Budget What’s in the Autumn Budget? Boost for Wales Top priorites Don’t put up taxes