Public sector borrowing grows to £8bn
Ahead of tomorrow’s Budget, the ONS says government borrowing increased by £500m last month
January finance surplus hits 17-year high
Chancellor expected to have more room in Budget as borrowing declines and tax take rises
Hammond abolishes Autumn Statement
Lower growth, higher borrowing and no more AS
Macri's disappointing first year in Argentina
Without a substantial mid-course correction, Argentina will settle onto a destabilising debt path that leads nowhere good
Economy weakens as Hammond helps housing
The chancellor made housing central to his Budget by scrapping stamp duty for first time buyers
How will we tackle the deficit?
And is it even in the country’s best interest to be debt free?
Election claims and counter claims
Channel 4 news presenter checks the facts on some pre-election claims
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
Crisis of confidence in governments is rising
Hammond is in a Budget bind, says Johnson
Phillip Hammond is in a “genuinely difficult bind” on what to do in his first Budget post-General Election, says IFS director Paul Johnson
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