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Chancellor2002 Wednesday, 14 September, 2005, 14:06 GMT 15:06 UK
Gordon Brown Brown accused of 'Enron accounting'
Chancellor Gordon Brown comes under fire over the way a 21bn bailout for Network Rail was handled - but the Treasury denies the claims.
What the pre-Budget report means for you
The Chancellor predicts lower economic growth and higher government debt - BBC News Online explains what his pre-Budget report means for UK taxpayers.
Brown warns on the economy
Gordon Brown has admitted that he must increase borrowing as the economy is slowing more than forecast.
Michael Howard Howard attacks budget 'black hole'
Gordon Brown has suffered "humiliation" by having to admit that he was "wrong" in his forecasts, says shadow chancellor Michael Howard.
North: Diversity and poverty
The North of England is reinventing itself but in much of the region, poverty is still the norm.
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Brown's report
You asked Treasury committee MP

There were few populist measures in this year's pre-Budget report, tax expert John Whiting tells BBC News Online
Taxing issues

 VOTE RESULTS
Has the chancellor managed the economy well?

Yes
 52.21% 

No
 47.79% 

6639 Votes Cast

Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion


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