Ukie sets out four key asks for the Autumn Budget
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond announced last Autumn that the Government would be moving to a single fiscal event each year, doing away with the familiar twice yearly event. The move was welcomed by business groups and economists for helping to promote more certainty and stability.
The Chancellor delivered his Autumn Statement today, one of the occasions each year where the government makes major spending announcements.
Ukie wrote to the Chancellor earlier this month, setting out seven recommendations, centring around the games sector's access to public funding, skills and talent development, and trade and investment.
Ukie published a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond, laying out a series of recommendations for the Autumn Statement Budget reforecast, due to be delivered on 23 November this year. There are seven recommended measures in total, which center around the games sector’s access to public funding, skills and talent development, and trade and investment.