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The Treasury has produced a map which shows how some of the measures in the Autumn Statement will affect each area of the country. See the map in full here.
Union leaders have accused the Chancellor of being "wildly out of touch" with the lives of millions of people:
Responding to George Osborne's statement, the Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls said it revealed "the true scale of this Government's economic failure", with the economy contracting and the national deficit rising.
The personal allowance in Income Tax is to increase by £1,335 - that is £235 more than previously announced.
It means no tax paid on earnings under £9,440.
George Osborne has confirmed the 3p rise in fuel duty has been cancelled and not just postponed.
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Britain may face further cuts and tax rises even after the next elections, the Institute for Fiscal Studies warned today.
While Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement was mainly about spending cuts, there were incentives too but do the numbers add up?