報紙頭條。從壞到更壞 "和 "保守黨浸泡奮鬥者

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報紙頭條。從壞到更壞 "和 "保守黨浸泡奮鬥者

"從壞到壞 "是《衛報》對財政部長傑里米-亨特的秋季聲明的評價。該文件強調了300億美元的支出削減和250億英鎊的追溯性增稅,但表示 "新的緊縮措施 "已被推遲到下一次選舉之後。

每日郵報》的標題是 "保守黨浸透了奮鬥者"。它說,在財政大臣的聲明中,中等收入者受到了 "隱性稅收擠壓 "的打擊。該報稱秋季聲明是 "現代史上最嚴厲的預算之一"。

金融時報》在其導言中說,財政大臣傑里米-亨特已經為 "多年的痛苦 "鋪平了道路。該報在報道秋季聲明中的財政公告時說,英國家庭將面臨 "有史以來生活水平的最大幅度下降 "和自第二次世界大戰以來最高的稅收負擔。

削減公共服務和增加稅收是大多數關於財政部長秋季聲明的報道的重點,《泰晤士報》認為,英國 "將面臨多年的稅收痛苦"。然而,它指出,亨特先生承諾在下次選舉前為教育和衛生提供額外的資金。

地鐵報的標題是 "你從來沒有這麼糟糕過"。它報道說,由於從4月開始減少支持,家庭將面臨一個典型的3000英鎊的年度能源賬單,並補充說,在未來五年,近600萬收入者將被拖入更高的稅級。

每日鏡報》說,總理里希-蘇納克和他的財政大臣在下議院裡大笑,因為他們使 "數百萬人陷入經濟地獄"。"大屠殺 "是該報的標題,並補充說,生活水平的下降是自1956年以來最嚴重的一次。

該報報道了傑里米-亨特的公告對家庭可支配收入的影響,未來兩年,家庭可支配收入將下降7%。預算責任辦公室表示,英國已經陷入經濟衰退,預計英國經濟在明年將萎縮1.4%。

每日快報》宣稱 "勝利",因為它慶祝亨特先生承諾以相同的通脹率增加養老金。國家養老金領取者將看到10.1%的增長,從2023年4月開始生效。但《快報》也找到了強調稅收負擔增加的空間。

每日電訊報》援引決議基金會首席執行官Torsten Bell的話說。"傑里米-亨特發表了一份秋季聲明,結合了喬治-奧斯本的言辭和戈登-布朗的政策"。該報說,這位財政大臣保護了養老金領取者,但卻打擊了工人。

太陽報》刊登了以聖誕節為主題的新版足球國歌《三隻獅子》的消息。這首由David Baddiel和Frank Skinner演唱的歌曲是在卡塔爾世界盃之前推出的,世界盃將於本周日開始,在聖誕節前一周結束。該報還對秋季聲明進行了評判,將其描述為 "稅收地獄",然後補充說。"感謝上帝的足球"。


"From bad to worse" is what the Guardian has to say about Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's Autumn Statement. The paper highlights the $30bn of spending cuts and £25bn of backdated tax rises, but says the "fresh austerity measures" have been delayed until the after next election.

The Daily Mail carries the headline "Tories soak the strivers". It says middle earners were "hammered" with "a stealth tax squeeze" in the chancellor's announcement. The paper calls the Autumn Statement "one of the most punishing budgets in modern history".

In its lead, the Financial Times says Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has paved the way "for years of pain". Reporting on the fiscal announcements made during the Autumn Statement, the paper says UK households are set for "the steepest fall in living standards on record" and the highest tax burden since World War Two.

Cuts to public services and an increase in taxes are the focus of most reports on the chancellor's Autumn Statement, with the Times suggesting the UK has "years of tax pain ahead". However, it points out that Mr Hunt promised extra funding for education and health in the run-up to the next election.

"You've never had it so bad" says the Metro's headline. It reports that families will face a typical £3,000 annual energy bill as support is reduced from April, adding that nearly six million earners will be dragged into higher tax bands in the next five years.

The Daily Mirror says Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his chancellor were grinning in the House of Commons as they plunged "millions into economic hell". "Carnage" is the paper's headline, adding that the drop in living standards is the worst since 1956.

The i reports on the impact of Jeremy Hunt's announcements on households' disposable income, which is set to fall by 7% over the next two years. The Office for Budget Responsibility has said the UK is already in a recession, with the UK economy forecast to shrink by 1.4% in the next year.

"Victory" declares the Daily Express, as it celebrates Mr Hunt's pledge to increase pensions at the same rate of inflation. State pensioners will see a 10.1% increase, effective from April 2023. But the Express does find room to also highlight the increasing tax burden.

The Daily Telegraph quotes the chief executive of the Resolution Foundation, Torsten Bell, who said: "Jeremy Hunt delivered an Autumn Statement that combined the rhetoric of George Osborne and the policies of Gordon Brown". The chancellor protects pensioners but clobbers workers, says the paper.

The Sun carries news of a new Christmas-themed version of football anthem Three Lions. The song by David Baddiel and Frank Skinner comes ahead of the Qatar World Cup, which starts this Sunday and ends a week before Christmas. The paper also gives its verdict on the Autumn Statement, describing it as a "tax hell" before adding: "thank God for footie".

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