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Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 15:07 GMT 16:07 UK
Brown cuts UK growth hopes
Gordon Brown's Budget trims UK growth forecasts and lifts borrowing, while hitting smokers and drinkers.
OTHER BUDGET STORIES
Economists pan Brown's Budget
Red tape cut for business
Freeze on stamp duty
Economy trips up Brown
UK anti-terror efforts get £330m
Sparkling budget for cider
Galleries given Budget boost
Elderly NHS 'charges' scrapped
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WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU
Q&A: How does it affect you?
What does the Budget mean for pay packets, pensioners and the price of a pint?
£500 for newborns
Brown tackles housing market
Workplace training boost
More cheer for work parties
Gordon Brown, the risk taker
After years of prudence, the Chancellor is taking a huge economic gamble.
An 'espresso' Budget
Few benefits for small businesses
Brown's Budget and the war
The chancellor's challenge
Tory leader: Budget will 'pain' nation
Tories accuse Gordon Brown of inflicting higher taxes and higher borrowing on the nation
Lib Dem verdict on Budget
Business cheered by tax freezes
Brown's gamble worries City
How a bland Budget hides Mr Brown's problems
CBI speaks out
A business-friendly Budget with a few flies in the ointment
Tax credit worry
BBC News Online readers vent their frustration
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Mothers 'miss out' on child benefit
The Government is criticised for increasing red tape after two million families fail to register to collect new child tax credits.
Children's budget proposals
Budget complaint dismissed
Thanks, Mr Brown, but...
BBC News Online speaks to two families to get their verdict on Gordon Brown's Budget.
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