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What kind of Britain will be assumed and prefigured in today's budget. "Where your treasure is, there is your heart also," as the ancient wisdom of the Christian gospel reminds us.
By Bernadette Meaden and Virginia Moffatt
Chancellor George Osborne has promised "bold" policies that will "secure Britain's future" for his 2015 Budget, which will be unveiled when he addresses the House of Commons from 12.30pm today (Wed
Helen O’Brien, Chief Executive of Caritas Social Action Network, the the social action arm of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, has responded to the Budget
Chancellor Osborne has been "giving with one hand, taking with the other" says ecumenical charity Church Action on Poverty following today's budget.
The SNP, Labour and the Scottish Greens says that Chancellor Osborne’s Summer Budget is not good news for Scotland, especially hitting the most vulnerable.
Plaid Cymru's treasury spokesperson has responded to the Chancellor's budget today by warning that tens of thousands of workers in Wales remain trapped in a low income economy.
Responding to the 2015 Summer Budget, development agency Oxfam gave a qualified welcome to action on tax abuse, but said that much more is needed.
The Chancellor’s measures spelled out in the 2015 Summer Budget "are likely to worsen levels of UK inequality", says the New Economics Foundation.
In his Summer Budget Chancellor Osborne announced today that the government will introduce what he claims is a new National Living Wage.
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