The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been in Cambridgeshire setting out his ideas for what should be in the government's budget next week.
At a meeting of Labour's Eastern region delegates in Huntingdon he said he wants more money for schools and education, a pause in the roll out of universal credit and greater investment in house building and infrastructure.
Jeremy Corbyn's also been telling supporters that hundreds of thousands of low-paid workers in the East could be worse off under the National Living Wage. He claimed that due to slower economic growth the national living wage could reach only £8.25 an hour by the end of the decade- not £9.30 as predicted by George Osbourne.
In response the Tories said that the wage has given the lowest earners their biggest pay rise in 20 years.