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pbr2001 Wednesday, 30 June, 2004, 09:09 GMT 10:09 UK
Brown commits to NHS spending boost
The UK chancellor signals a big funding rise for the health service and gives an upbeat economic analysis in his pre-Budget report.
Pensioners Pre-Budget: What it means for you
Pensioners will get winter fuel allowances worth 200 for each year of the parliament, among several new measures.
How big could tax rises be?
The Chancellor might have to find as much as 13bn a year in extra tax revenue to fund his budget plans, according to an independent think tank.
operating theatre Will money cure NHS ills?
BBC News Online examines whether Gordon Brown's promise of more cash for the NHS will deliver a 'world class' service or whether more fundamental changes are needed.
Michael Howard responding to the chancellor's pre-Budget report Tories attack 'broken promises'
Gordon Brown's chancellorship is a history of "phoney pledges", say the Tories as the Lib Dems accuse ministers of ignoring manufacturing.
What is the pre-Budget report?
The pre-Budget report is the Treasury's advance billing of the main event in the spring - but there could be fewer treats for voters than before.
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