In a statement released ahead of his Budget, Chancellor George Osborne has vowed to deliver a Budget that will help create a "truly national recovery".
Today we set out the next stage in a plan that is working, with a Budget that works for you. We will deliver a truly national recovery
The unemployment rate in Wales has fallen to 6.2 per cent - but remains higher than the UK average.
Between November and January, 92,000 people here were out of work.
In the previous three months, the jobless figure was at 105,000 - or 7.1 per cent.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics show that, for the UK as a whole, the unemployment rate has dropped slightly to 5.7 per cent.
Today’s Labour Market Stats show labour market in Wales improving at a faster rate than across the UK over the last quarter
The employment level in Wales up 24,000 over quarter. Rate up 1.2 percentage points, the highest rate increase of the UK nations or regions
Chancellor George Osborne is set to deliver his sixth, and arguably most important, Budget today.
Welsh Secretary @scrabb2015 looking v pleased coming out of Downing St after cabinet budget briefing. Expecting positive news for Wales?
Our Political Editor Adrian Masters will be in London gathering reaction and summing up the political response following the Budget announcement at 12.30pm.
Among the measures likely to affect Wales directly, the most eye-catching is thought to be an official go-ahead for plans for a tidal lagoon energy project in Swansea Bay. The £1bn development was given a partial thumbs-up in last year's Autumn statement.
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