This time last year, predictions of what 2022 might hold in store were laced with fervent hopes that we were on a return path to normality. Instead, we were hurled through a year of disruption unparalleled in modern times.
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The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, used his Autumn Statement to unveil the Treasury’s long awaited reforms to the Solvency II regime, which the UK did so much to create when it was in the European Union. Moving away from the EU regime is now touted as a “Brexit bonus”, writes Contributing Editor David Worsfold.
The coronation of Rishi Sunak as the third British Prime Minister this year has brought to an end four months of unprecedented crisis at the heart of British government, culminating in the calamitous collapse of market confidence in the wake of the mini-Budget on 23 September.