23 November 2017
Chancellor Philip Hammond's second budget of 2017 was 'light on headline-grabbing finance changes and no give-aways or major surprises'.
- Stamp duty to be abolished for all first-time buyers up to £300,000
- Official economic growth estimate is downgraded
- Business rate cut brought forward and £2.8bn extra for NHS in England
- Higher road tax for diesel cars - not vans - to pay for "clean air fund"
- Universal Credit - pledges made on reduced waiting and claimant advances
For more read our Budget Summary.