Brexit & EconomyPoliticsFull budget coverage from noon

Full budget coverage from noon

What does Gordon Brown have in store for you?

It’s all relative of course, but analysts say the chancellor’s public figures
are in reasonably good shape (he doesn’t have a £10bn black hole, in other
words).

So what can we expect in the Budget? A raft of anti-avoidance revenue-raising
measures are the hot ticket, with the money to be dispensed on political ends. A
whole range of important consultations will also be finalised; where the devil
will be in the detail.

Accountancy Age will be providing live, up-to-the-minute news and
analysis from the second the chancellor stands up this afternoon.

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