Reading straight from Ed Balls’ playbook.
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Hammond has taken an oddly similar stance to former shadow chancellor Ed Balls: running a deficit and boosting infrastructure spending.
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Osborne's budget passed after a rollercoaster week of objections and debate. But it still fails to address the parlous state of the British economy.
End of an era.
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Cuts to disability benefits were the latest in a series of unpopular and unsuccessful attempts to reform welfare.
Cash in hand. Start rich to get richer.
When the excitement over cabinet resignations and the sugar tax subsides, the 2016 Budget acts as a blueprint for making the wealthy wealthier.
It won’t be a windfall for everyone.
A closer look at the terms and conditions of the budget's flagship scheme for savers shows it won't benefit everyone.
Get ready: Nicky Morgan announces big changes ahead for schools.
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Unpacked: academy ramp-up, new teacher qualifications and school funding formula.
Why stop at 17%?
Where to from here?
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Five ways children will lose out by forcing all schools to become academies.
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The chancellor’s strategy has been to create an impression of quietly assured competence. The result? Rather bland, but the surprise sugary drinks tax will go down well with the public.
Remember everyone, we exit, but we don’t Brexit.
George Osborne was eager to paint a rosy picture for potentially eurosceptic small businesses. But he could have gone further.
Many predicted he'd crumble, but the Labour leader's first budget was at least rousing.
Chancellor George Osborne delivers his eighth budget.
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Amid sluggish global growth and a stuttering UK economy, George Osborne delivers his eighth budget.
The Chancellor inspects the Osbot 3000 production line.
A close look at Osborne's tactics suggest he is not destined for the top, but remains a consummate Conservative.
Pensions reform is badly needed in the UK – but the realities of work in the 21st century are often ignored.