Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog article is the second of two providing updates on NI’s public finances: Update no.1 looks back to a number of recent developments. This article looks forward to what is coming over the weeks ahead.
Reading Time: 8 minutes The summer months are often quiet times for NI public finances. But, like so much else about 2020, this summer has been a little different. This blog article is the first of two providing updates on
Reading Time: 9 minutes Governments around the world have undertaken very significant, and hugely costly, actions attempting to prop up businesses and employment through the course of the pandemic. The UK Government is no exception, with a wide variety of
Reading Time: 6 minutes In his statement on 31 March, the Minister of Finance noted that the world has changed dramatically since his 16 March statement on the Northern Ireland (NI) Executive Budget 2020-21. There is an ongoing public
Reading Time: 8 minutes The recently appointed UK Chancellor presented his first Budget on Wednesday (as had been planned by his predecessor). It was announced in place of the cancelled Autumn Budget, which was due to be delivered at the
Reading Time: 6 minutes The recent New Decade, New Approach deal to restore power-sharing in Northern Ireland contains considerable commitments to financial support but scant detail. A release by the Northern Ireland Office (NIO) on 15 January provided some more
Reading Time: 3 minutes This blog article provides an update on Northern Ireland public finances in the absence of fully functioning devolved government. It explains recently enacted budget legislation and notes political developments of relevance to future Northern Ireland budgets.
Reading Time: 7 minutes On 9 May 2019 the Permanent Secretary for the Department of Finance (DoF) announced a fresh appraisal of the fundamental features of the Northern Ireland (NI) rating system. This article provides some context for the Review.