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Labour Leader Ed Miliband says Wednesday's budget will be devastating for the funding the Welsh government receives from the UK Treasury.
Chancellor George Osborne needs to spell out exactly how he plans to cut £12bn from welfare spending, says the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Further inquiries are to be carried out into whether detectives were told to limit a child abuse investigation centred on Lord Janner.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says everybody who tried to predict the price of oil got it wrong.
Many watched George Osborne deliver his Budget on Wednesday, but how many understood every last word?
Danny Alexander is heckled by opposition MPs while unveiling a Lib Dem alternative to George Osborne's Budget.
Representatives of the five main Stormont parties are to attend what is being billed as a stock taking meeting with the secretary of state over welfare reform.
Danny Alexander unveils a "better" Lib Dem alternative to his Treasury boss George Osborne's Budget, with fewer spending cuts.
Only a third of children in Wales have healthy teeth overall and this is lagging behind England, a major survey suggests.
Chancellor George Osborne has said a strong and recovering economy will lead to stronger public services.
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls has described George Osborne's Budget as "a frightening prospect which will lead to deeper spending cuts".
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Talks aimed at resolving the stalemate over welfare reform legislation are expected to resume at Stormont later.
Cuts to Severn Bridge tolls bigger than those announced in the Budget would be sought if control of them was devolved, First Minister Carwyn Jones says.
The UK government’s claim that the country leads the world in cuts of carbon emissions is challenged by researchers at Leeds University.
George Osborne draws the battle lines for the general election in seven weeks' time, after unveiling what he called a Budget for a "comeback country".
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The Chancellor warns Northern Ireland's political parties that they must reach agreement on welfare changes if they are to get power over corporation tax.
The First Minister Peter Robinson rejects criticism that electoral pacts are anti-democratic.
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