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Autumn budget 2021: experts react

By Ernestine Gheyoh Ndzi, Senior Lecturer at York Business School, York St John University
Alexander Tziamalis, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Sheffield Hallam University
Cam Donaldson, Yunus Chair and Pro Vice Chancellor Research, Glasgow Caledonian University
Despina Alexiadou, Chancellor’s Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the School of Government and Public Policy, University of Strathclyde
Edward Thomas Jones, Lecturer in Economics, Bangor University
Gabriella Legrenzi, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Keele University
Gavin Midgley, Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting, University of Southampton
Jonquil Lowe, Senior Lecturer in Economics and Personal Finance, The Open University
Karl Schmedders, Professor of Finance, International Institute for Management Development (IMD)
Michael Jacobs, Professorial Fellow, Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI), University of Sheffield
Phil Tomlinson, Full Professor in Industrial Strategy Deputy Director Centre for Governance, Regulation and Industrial Strategy (CGR&IS), University of Bath
Steven McCabe, Associate Professor, Institute for Design, Economic Acceleration & Sustainability (IDEAS), Birmingham City University
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UK chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled his autumn budget as the nation wrestles with recovery at the tail end of the COVID pandemic, supply shortages and a mounting crisis in the cost of living. Our panel of experts react to what has been announced.

Employment: pay rise for public sector isn’t guaranteed

Ernestine Gheyoh Ndzi, Senior Lecturer in Law, York St John University

Rishi Sunak has lifted the pay freeze that was imposed on public sector workers

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