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Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 14:46 GMT 15:46 UK
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Homebuyers' stamp duty boost
The stamp duty threshold is raised from £60,000 to £120,000 to help thousands of first-time homebuyers.
Oil firms hit by tax adjustment
Tax and benefits guide
Gay couples join together on tax
Inheritance tax thresholds raised
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Treasury extends UK film tax aid
Bigger budget British films get new tax relief.
Chancellor gives arts £12m boost
UK eyes property funds for 2006
Firms welcome clampdown
Brown scraps hospital 'charges'
Brown extends school rebuilding
MPs question 'Budget leak'
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Chancellor Brown sets his sights on return to Downing Street
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