Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement was mainly about reducing spending but there were incentives too:
- Corporation tax will be cut by one per cent to 21 per cent in 2014.
- There will be an extra £1 billion to build roads, including upgrading the A1, A30, and M25.
- Another £1 billion will be used to build 100 free schools and academies and expand successful schools.
- The upper limit for ISA contributions will be raised to £11,520.
So there was a giveway element in the statement - but having missed his targets before, do Mr Osborne's figures add up this time?
ITV News Business Editor Laura Kuenssberg reports: