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An entrée before the manifesto main course?

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In what may well be the last Budget before the election, did the Chancellor do more than whet the appetite for the manifesto? It was a smorgasbord of a Budget, with a few big mouthfuls, surrounded by a range of smaller measures, both tax raising and tax cutting. With a hint of reformist zeal, this Parliament’s last Spring Budget delivered on a number of political objectives, as well as setting the scene for the future.

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