How the Autumn Statement affects voters

ITV News met a group of voters to find out how the Autumn Statement will affect them:

Stay-at-home father Joshua Lovelee and 17-month-old Evie

Josh says a fuel duty cut won't help them much but any help with energy bills is really appreciated though. He's pleased with the introduction of flexible maternity/paternity leave and would like help for flexible childcare when he goes back to work.

Stay-at-home father Joshua Lovelee and 17-month-old Evie. Credit: ITV News

Jordan Withy, 19, works in Crucial BMX

Jordan will have to work for the next 51 years to draw a state pension.

Jordan Withy, 19, works in Crucial BMX. Credit: ITV News

Don Cameron of Cameron Balloons

They export 85% of their business and he said the changes are just "tinkering" and he would like to see favourable exchange rates to help businesses.

Don Cameron of Cameron Balloons. Credit: ITV News

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