The chief executive of EEF, the manufacturers' organisation, said the Budget statement "still feels like a job half done" despite containing "some helpful measures on business taxation and some signs of re-prioritising spending for growth".
"The Chancellor had over £11 billion of under-spending in his arsenal and should have done more to drive growth now, particularly through accelerating investment in infrastructure", Terry Scuoler said.
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