9am Lowdown: Budget, Bank of England and debt

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Good morning everyone and welcome to today’s 9am Lowdown.

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In the news

Chancellor Philip Hammond has been warned he has “no chance” to see tax cuts or spending increases in next month’s Budget. (Independent)

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The Bank of England is poised to push interest rates back up to 0.5% for the first time since 2007, raising the cost of borrowing for British households. (Reuters)

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New research has revealed that the average person in the UK owes £8,000 on top of mortgage debt. (The Guardian)

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Controversial new self-employment rules may be extended to the private sector as part of a crackdown on tax avoidance. (Business Insider)

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