The Green Party has criticised Chancellor George Osborne for leaving out any mention of climate change in his 2015 budget.
MP Caroline Lucas also slammed more cuts announced in today's budget.
On top of legislating for £21bn of welfare cuts a year, Osborne proud to annouce hitting poorest hardest with 12bn more cuts #Budget2015
Plaid Cymru has criticised the major parties for persisting with "damaging" cuts, and vowed to prioritise investment instead.
It comes after Chancellor George Osborne unveiled the government's budget for 2015.
#Budget2015 confirms the govt has failed at 1st purpose: eradicating deficit. Osborne can play games but he's doubled national debt.
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Budget proves general election will be fought in the north. Tories promise northern powerhouse, Lab says it's a farce. Repeat ad infinitum.
"We're pleased he's allowing Manchester to keep 100% of business rates...why doesn't he do it for every county?!" says Miliband
Miliband says north has faced 70% bigger cuts than rest of country. For every £1 spent on transport in NE, £25 spent in London.
There was a lot in the Budget but Labour has spotted that the chancellor failed to mention NHS.
The Chancellor did announce funding for an expansion of mental health services for children and those suffering from maternal mental illness.
Reacting to the final Budget before the general election, Labour leader Ed Miliband said it was a "a Budget people won't believe, from a government they don't trust".
The Labour leader said there had never been such a large gap between the Chancellor's rhetoric and the reality of people's lives.
He also condemned George Osborne for failing to mention investment in the NHS or public services.
Setting out what he called the "inconvenient truth" of the Chancellor's record, Mr Miliband claimed he had failed Britain's working families by presiding over falling wages, not building enough homes and creating too many low-paid, insecure jobs.