Chancellor Philip Hammond has said his first Autumn Statement "is focused on preparing and supporting the economy as we begin writing a new chapter in our country's history".
He sent out a tweet shortly before leaving 11 Downing Street to head to the House of Commons.
My #AutumnStatement today is focused on preparing & supporting the economy as we begin writing a new chapter in our country’s history
Mr Hammond will deliver the Statement after Prime Minister's Questions.
- Watch the Autumn Statement live on our Facebook page from 12.30pm.
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