TaxCorporate TaxBrown names Budget date

Brown names Budget date

Chancellor of the Exchequer calls Budget for 21 March

budget

The
chancellor of
the Exchequer
Gordon Brown will deliver what is expected to be his
last Budget speech on 21 March.

The speech, which will be his 11th as
chancellor
, is expected to take a focus on green issues.

Brown will also be keen to avoid too much controversy as he ramps up efforts
to take over from
Tony
Blair
as prime minister.

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