On Monday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond MP, will set out the UK Government’s proposals for tax and spending for the next financial year. Here’s what we want to see, based on our campaigning through 2018.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary delivers his draft Budget on Thursday 14 December. We predict what might be announced, based on Nicola Sturgeon’s proposals – will you be affected if we’re right?
The long-awaited Autumn Budget is upon us – after months of speculation, the government will set out its plans for our finances.
The Chancellor has given his first Spring Budget today and maybe, as expected, we’re left waiting for his Autumn Budget to see any big changes. So what do you make of the announcements?
The Budget delivered some wins for our campaigns – a pensions dashboard commitment, action on nuisance calls, and plans to unlock mobile phones. So what do you think of George Osborne’s announcements?
In today’s Autumn Statement the Chancellor made a number of announcements in big markets ranging from mortgages to energy. So, how will it affect you?
This afternoon, the Chancellor delivered his second Budget speech of 2015 – and the first of a wholly Conservative government for nearly 20 years. So what is in it and how will it affect you?
George Osborne delivered his sixth Budget today, which included new measures on savings and annuities, plans for superfast broadband in rural areas and a win for our Sneaky Fees and Charges campaign…
After Gareth highlighted some of the key announcements from this year’s Budget, many of you took the time to tell us how you feel it affects your finances. Here are your best bits.
Did you tune in to the Chancellor’s Budget announcements? How was it for you – do any of the proposed changes have an impact on you and your finances? Here’s our digest…
It’s the biggest day of the political calendar and it’s only seven days away. We’ve amplified our calls to Fix the Big Six and the broken energy market but what do you want to see from this year’s budget?
Did you follow the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement yesterday? What do the plans mean for you and the challenge of dealing with the rising cost of living? Here’s the Which? digest of the key announcements…
When the Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement today, he’ll be feeling better than this time last year. Since then, the economy’s started to grow and consumers are feeling more confident about its prospects.
Not many people can say they’ve swooned at the Chancellor, but that’s the feeling I had when he announced the two new measures under the Help to Buy mortgage scheme in his Budget speech last month.