More from the Shadow Welsh Secretary, Peter Hain:
Not only did this budget fail the fairness test, it did nothing to boost jobs and growth in Wales. There was no word on rail electrification in Wales, while the announcement on the Deeside Enterprise Zone showed the Chancellor playing catch up with the Welsh Labour Government. Meanwhile, his move towards regional pay will be a body blow to thousands of hard working public servants in Wales. And while communities across Wales suffer, the amount of tax paid by the richest people has been cut.
'Disappointing' or 'fair and supportive' - Welsh political verdicts on George Osborne's budget.
From fuel to smoking, what the Budget will mean for the money in your pocket.
Plans for a rise in fuel tax will go ahead and regional pay rates will be introduced sooner for public sector workers.