How the mini-budget 2022 could cut costs for homeowners and save you money

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A stamp duty cut has been announced in chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-budget on Friday as part of a raft of new measures that could save homeowners and renovators money.

The government’s Growth Plan, a ‘mini-budget’, aims to help households struggling with spiralling inflation and energy price rises.

Sam Webb

Sam is based in Coventry and has been a news reporter for nearly 20 years. His work has featured in the Mirror, The Sun, MailOnline, the Independent, and news outlets throughout the world.  As a copywriter, he has written for clients as diverse as Saint-Gobain, Michelin, Halfords Autocentre, Great British Heating, and Irwin Industrial Tools. During the pandemic, he converted a van into a mini-camper and is currently planning to convert his shed into an office and Star Wars shrine.