Speculation about what will be in Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement this week fills up several pages in the Sunday newspapers. The Sunday Times headlines on plans for a “surprise” income tax cut (the same one reported in some other papers in recent days), with its lead story explaining that improved public finances have prompted Mr Hunt to bring his initial tax-cutting timetable forward by six months. A cartoon by Newman injects some humour, depicting a widow at her husband’s graveside lamenting that “it was all the excitement over inheritance tax cuts that killed him”.
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