How will the economy fare in 2013? What are the goals for the region's businesses? The Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement tomorrow.
Reaction to the Budget from our ITV Business Club.
As George Osborne announced his spending plans, we visited a family to find out what the financial implications will be for them.
Automatic review of state pension age, Osborne says in speech.
Deficit reduction plan 'on course'. Osborne says there will be no wavering. Otherwise, loss of confidence would lead to sharp rise in interest rates.
Borrowing this year is £126 billion - £11 billion less than forecast.
Further spike in oil prices is of great concern across the world, George Osborne says.
Budget rewards work and supports working families and unashamedly backs business, George Osborne says.
We get one family's reactions to today's Budget. Claire Rose commutes to Eastleigh every day so the family is most worried about changes to tax, fuel and utilities.
Leader of the Opposition, Ed Miliband MP, says the Government should be concentrating on creating jobs. He says they are giving with one hand and taking away with the other.