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Prime Minister Theresa May who will reportedly retreat from making the Brexit date law

Theresa May accused of new power grab after blocking amendments to the Budget

Labour said that the government are "rigging Parliament" by avoiding amendments to the Finance Bill.
Philip Hammond (C) leaves Downing Street with his Treasury team

The UK is on course for longest fall in living standards since records began

Resolution Foundation report shows that Britain faces the longest fall in living standards since the 1950s.
Philip Hammond's stamp duty cut will not have its intended effect.

Hammond’s stamp duty cut will make house prices even more unaffordable

Cutting stamp duty will lead to inflated house prices, shutting out even more first-time buyers from the housing market.
Private jet flights are about to get more expensive.

It’s about to get more expensive for British passengers to fly long-haul in anything above economy

The air passenger duty is tax to pay for the environmental costs of air travel.
A row of new-build houses in England, UK

Stamp duty for all first-time buyers of homes under £300,000 has been abolished

The will save home purchasers a maximum of £5,000, and £1,660 on average.
Apple CEO Tim Cook

Philip Hammond just declared war on tech firms like Amazon and Apple that avoid UK tax

The UK government is becoming savvy to the way big tech firms avoid paying tax.
Chancellor Philip Hammond presents his dispatch box in Downing Street

Philip Hammond announces an extra £3 billion to prepare for Brexit in Budget

Philip Hammond announces an extra £3 billion to prepare for Brexit in Budget
Theresa May and Philip Hammond

Why Philip Hammond’s ‘Brexit budget’ will fail to save Theresa May’s government

The Chancellor failed to tackle the economic causes for the decline in support for the Tories among younger voters and public sector workers.
Britain's Finance Minister Philip Hammond prepares his 2017 budget speech in his office in Downing Street, London, November 21, 2017.

19 charts that show how the Budget will affect Britain’s households

Here's everything you need to know about the Budget.
Protestors dressed as 'Maybots' demonstrate at the entrance of Downing Street as cabinet leave following a meeting ahead of the Chancellor's annual budget on November 22, 2017.

Government budget watchdog slashes growth forecasts to ‘weakest in the modern era’

The Office for Budget Responsibility cut GDP growth forecasts for every year up to 2022.