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Economic history of the United Kingdom to [ edit ] After the Second World War, a new Labour government fully nationalised the Bank of Englandcivil aviation, telephone networks, railways, gas, electricity, and the coal, iron and steel industries, affecting 2.
It fell to Wilson formed a minority government in March after the general election on 28 February ended in a hung parliament.
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Wilson secured a three-seat overall majority in a second election in October that year. Denis Healeythen Chancellor of the Exchequerwas required to implement public spending cuts and other economic reforms in order to secure the loan, and for a while the British economy improved, with growth of 4.
During the s, many state-owned industries and utilities were privatisedtaxes cut, trade union reforms passed and markets deregulated. GDP fell by 5. In the s, unemployment reached levels not seen in the UK since the Great Depression of the s.
In spite of this, Thatcher was re-elected in June with a landslide majority. Inflation had fallen to 3. Many jobs were also lost as manufacturing became more efficient and fewer people were required to work in the sector. However, inflation dropped from The period saw one of the highest GDP growth rates of any developed economy and the strongest of any European nation.
The UK was particularly vulnerable to the crisis because its financial sector was the most highly leveraged of any major economy.
The Royal Bank of Scotland Groupat its peak the fifth-largest bank in the world by market capitalisationwas effectively nationalised in October By mid, HM Treasury had a The Great Recession, as it came to be known, saw unemployment rise from just over 1. Productivity, to The 10 years following the Great Recession were characterised by extremes.
Inemployment was at its highest since records began,  and GDP growth had become the fastest in the Group of Seven G7 and Europe,  but workforce productivity was the worst since the s, with any growth attributed to a fall in working hours.
United Kingdom budget and United Kingdom national debt UK interest rate from to Government involvement in the economy is primarily exercised by HM Treasuryheaded by the Chancellor of the Exchequer. In recent years, the UK economy has been managed in accordance with principles of market liberalisation and low taxation and regulation.
Taxation in the United Kingdom Taxation in the United Kingdom may involve payments to at least two different levels of government: Local government is financed by grants from central government funds, business ratescouncil taxand, increasingly, fees and charges such as those from on-street parking.
Central government revenues are mainly from income taxnational insurance contributions, value added taxcorporation tax and fuel duty.Executive Summary.
Despite the big reduction of the U.S. corporate tax rate, the protectionist policies of the U.S. and the U.K. will create new barriers to global trade and increase bottom-line costs in , resulting in slower levels of strategic investment.
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In the Australian construction sector continued to suffer from subdued investment in mining and related projects.
However, the industry saw significant increases in residential building activity, as the economy shifts away from its strong focus on mining.
Growth prospects for the UK construction industry in have been downgraded as the UK prepares to leave the EU, according to the latest forecasts by the Construction Products Association (CPA). Output is expected to soften as a slowing economy, falling real wages and rising costs adversely affect the industry, growth for is therefore only expected to rise by %, the slowest in six years, and a .
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