A Labour Government will support George Osborne's cap on welfare spending, reigning in the total budget for the department to £119bn, the shadow chancellor told Daybreak.
However, Ed Balls warned Labour "would do things differently" within that cap, like scrap the bedroom tax and provide a guaranteed job for young people.
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.
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ITV News Consumer Affairs Editor Chris Choi has been speaking to people in Sheffield about the impact of George Osborne's Budget.