office for budget responsibility

Austerity has not just failed, but failed so badly that we need a complete overhaul of economic policy
IFS warns Budget did not mark the end of austerity, with nearly £12bn of welfare cuts still to work through the system.
'The Chancellor will see this Budget as a political success but that would be cold comfort for Britain’s families'.
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No new homes guaranteed either despite £44bn claim
We’re all going to have to keep working longer hours.
Stamp duty will also be abolished for properties worth up to £300,000 for first-time buyers.