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 Budget 2001 Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:32 GMT
 Budget row stokes election fever
Labour and the Conservatives swap accusations over health and education spending following Wednesday's Budget.
 We will deliver real tax cuts
Gordon Brown's Budget is "dishonest" and only a Tory government will cut the tax burden, says shadow chancellor Michael Portillo.
A petrol pump out of order Motorists get duty cuts
Unleaded fuel duty is cut by 2p per litre and road tax bills slashed for lorries and many cars, but some motorists say it is not enough.
 Brown's balancing act
Chancellor Gordon Brown told voters he wasn't going to indulge in a pre-election budget giveaway.
 Strong economy leaves scope for tax cuts
The strong economy is boosting the Budget surplus even as Gordon Brown reveals plans for more tax cuts and increased spending.
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