Pre-Budget Report 2007
Pre budget report and Comprehensive spending review
Page last updated at 13:31 GMT, Thursday, 3 April 2008 14:31 UK
Alistair Darling
The chancellor doubles the inheritance tax threshold for couples, but the Tories say he is "in a panic" over policy.


The chancellor predicts an economic slowdown in 2008 because of the global credit crunch.
Private equity bosses will see their tax bills increase as taper relief ends.
KEY POINTS
Economy to slow next year
Public borrowing up by 4bn
Inheritance tax limit raised to 600,000 for married couples
Health spending up 4%

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