The Treasury has announced that the Budget will be delivered to the House of Commons on Wednesday 16 March at 12.30pm.
In what will be the last Budget before a general election, chancellor Gordon Brown is likely to lay out the battleground for the election through tax and spending. The election is widely predicted to take place on 5 May.
On 16 March, Accountancyage.com will bring you news of the Budget as it happens, and analysis of the chancellor’s statements throughout the day.
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