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HM Treasury will be launching the budget on wednestday. The website has a background guide. You can follow the webcast live or read the supportign documents. Past budgets can also be viewed.
Follow the news on the Treasury Twitter channel

HM Revenue and customs updates.
Office for Budget Responsibility has economic and fiscal outlooks
Political Parties.The websites of the main political parties usually have direct comment on the budget.
Labour PartyNewspapers and News services.
All these newspapers have special sections of coverage.
BBC news reports and analysis
Telegraph
Guardian
Times subscription required to access most resources. Independent

Financial Commentators.
Institute of Fiscal Studies
– has a green budget on its website – also papers and analysis
The following tax and accountancy firms offer comment, analysis and predictions on their websites.

Deloitte
Price Waterhouse Coopers
KPMG
ICAEW Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Baker Tilly
Ernst and Young
Grant Thornton
PKF accountants
Smith and Williamson
Saffery Champness Chartered Accountants.

Industry and pressure group budget submissions
British Chambers of Commerce
British Retail Consortium

BVRLA – British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association
British Venture Capital Association CBI – letter to chancellor submission.
EEF engineering body
Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
SMMT – UK motor vehicle manufacturers
TUC
Federation of Small Businesses

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