The Chancellor's budget has pledged more spending on transport and technology in the East of England with a big focus on Cambridge.Read the full story ›
The Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his Budget on Wednesday outlining the Government's plans for tax and spending.
We already know some of what he'll say in his speech; there will be measures to see thousands more homes being built, including social housing.
And we can expect a few announcements on transport such as an investment in driverless cars and cheaper travel for under 30s.
The Budget is the second one this year and will mark the first time since November 1996 the financial address has been given in the autumn.
- Click to watch a preview of the Budget from ITV News Anglia's Political Correspondent Emma Hutchinson with a report by Dani Crawshaw
Anglia Late Edition looks ahead to next week's Budget and hears from Members of the Youth Parliament from the East of England.Read the full story ›
Norfolk County Councillors have voted to increase council tax by nearly 5% in order to fund services for vulnerable peopleRead the full story ›
Cambridgeshire County Council has warned it has had to make "tough choices" ahead of announcing its latest budget today.
The authority is due to reveal its spending plans for the next financial year and 2017/18.
Voluntary organisations fear they - and the people they support - could suffer as a result of the "difficult decisions" the council says it has had to make.
An advert by the Conservative Party highlighting changes to bingo and beer taxes has been described by Labour has patronising.
In the budget a 1p cut in beer duty and a halving of the tax on bingo to 10% was announced.
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Watch live as the Chancellor George Osborne delivers his penultimate Budget before the next General Election.
Today George Osborne will set out his fifth Budget, billed by many as his last chance.Read the full story ›
Chancellor George Osborne paid tribute to the heroism and courage of Lance Corporal James Ashworth.
The Corby soldier was awarded a posthumous VC for his courage after he was killed on patrol with the 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards in Helmand Province last June.
He was protecting his comrades when he died.
The Chancellor mentioned the 23-year-old when announcing that the Military would receive the full recommended increase in "X-Factor" payment in May and to be exempted from changes to progression pay.
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