No favours from Brown expected in Budget

No favours from Brown expected in Budget

Chancellor to deliver tenth Budget speech later today

Gordon Brown will mark a decade of ‘prudent’ Budget speeches today spelling
out his economic and fiscal strategy for the coming year with a clampdown on tax
avoidance likely to be a key theme.

AccountancyAge.com readers will be able to read live up-to-the-minute news
and analysis from the moment the chancellor begins his address to parliament
with more in-depth coverage and expert commentary to follow later in the day.

To find out what the changes the chancellor is likely to bring in this year
for UK businesses and taxpayers, click
here.

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the latest news and analysis.

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