George Osborne has unveiled what he described as a Budget for "makers, doers and savers".
This time last year the Chancellor thought he was heading for a triple dip recession - but his growth forecast for this year - 2.7% - is higher than previous predictions.
ITV News Economics Editor Richard Edgar reports on why Mr Osborne still has to stick to his plan to cut spending:
George Osborne says he is going to get £12 billion out of the welfare budget in the next parliament, but how? There are two possibilities...
The Government announced the halving of bingo tax to 10% in the Budget today in a move that could help struggling clubs across the country.
Watch again after we put your questions to the experts live and asked how the Budget affects you