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Chancellor Philip Hammond will publish his next Budget on Wednesday March 8, the Treasury has announced.
It will be the last Budget to take place in the spring.
In November Mr Hammond revealed he is abolishing the Autumn Statement, saying the main Budget statement would be moved to the autumn.
Some of the plans outlined in the Autumn Statement were meant to reflect the Prime Minister's commitment to help the "just about managing" - JAMs - group as she described them.
At a focus group in Watford, people share their concerns about the state of the economy since the EU referendum.
Housing and the NHS were two main priorities for the JAMs, but only one was mentioned in the Autumn Statement.
ITV News Deputy Political Editor, Chris Ship reports.