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Nov 20, 2016 05:25 AM EST

UK Research Investment Expected To Sky-Rocket By Autumn: Theresa May Set To Announce [VIDEO]

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One of the most expected highlights in Theresa May's set Autumn Statement is the sky-rocketing of UK research and science investment for the purpose of making UK a world leader in STEM. Academics all over the globe are ecstatic with prime minister's feasible plans and just recently confirmed their commitment to the investment deals.

Many consider this time the best time to deal with the Brexit aftermath. To everyone's delight, it is as if Prime Minister Theresa May had heard the corporate sectors' plea to shift all focus to STEM in higher education. All heads nod in agreement to Theresa May's ambitious hold of the future through STEM.

Making UK great again by sky-rocketing investment deals for science and academic research is exactly what everyone has been dying to hear off from her advanced autumn speech, save Chancellor Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement mini-Budget to be delivered later on Wednesday. As deemed, her speech received warm roars from audiences during the CBI Annual conference. Further sharpening the contrast is former chancellor George Osborne's previously left-out budget surplus plan by other ministers, Aol reported.

Quite strangely, the ministers all came into a mutuality to ditch any other plans that contradict EU recovery solutions. Perhaps, they were right to do so for chancellor Hammond's plans have had kicked off positively among global deals.

Theresa May's speech on boosting research investment only adds up gracing chancellor's future plans. Questions are still afloat concerning Hammond's mini-Budget plans.

Albeit it's undecided Treasury details, the new chancellor's plans are much more practical in nature. More so, it is strongly in lieu with May's government plans on STEM and the strategic issues facing the ever-looming Brexit consequences.

Supporting Hammond's humble strategies on academic budgeting, as well as May's dream-filled yet significant pursuit of STEM excellence, are no less than the academics themselves. Fortunately at the moment, the bars are going high and projections on future investments can already be detected, Money Aol reported.

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