Budget: Austerity not close to ending, says IFS
The idea of steadily rising living standards may be a thing of the distant past, think tank warns
NAO WGA report
The NAO has removed two qualifications from the Treasury’s 2014/15 WGA
WGA and financial transparency
How whole of government accounts improves public finance transparency
What the Budget means for Brexit
The speech given by the chancellor this afternoon showed few signs of a beyond Brexit Budget
Business community uncertain what to make of Budget
Canny, duplicitous, tightrope-walker – Hammond earns mixed reviews from business
January finance surplus hits 17-year high
Chancellor expected to have more room in Budget as borrowing declines and tax take rises
ICAEW calls on government to ensure business is sustainable
For third consecutive year, ICAEW has joined up with IFS to provide two chapters for its Green Budget
Public sector borrowing grows to £8bn
Ahead of tomorrow’s Budget, the ONS says government borrowing increased by £500m last month
WGA: the whole story
Unique perspective offered by WGA is fascinating, says Paul Golden
How will we tackle the deficit?
And is it even in the country’s best interest to be debt free?
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