Cornwall could have more power to make local decisions in the future.
The Chancellor has announced in today's budget that the government is "making progress" on a plan for greater devolution to the region.
Shops could be open longer at the weekends in future. The Chancellor has announced that local authorities will have the power to relax Sunday trading laws.
Political Correspondent Romilly Weeks says:
Lots of prepping the ground here for the welfare cuts - "Britain has left age of irresponsibility behind" etc
The NHS will receive an extra £10 billion a year by 2020, George Osborne said.
ITV News Health Editor Rachel Younger tweeted:
Osborne says "our priority is the NHS" and reiterates Tory election pledge of an extra £8 billion a year for the NHS by 2020
Rises in public sector pay will be restricted to 1% per year for the next four years, George Osborne has said.
The chancellor George Osborne is expected to announce £12 billion in welfare savings in his summer budget this lunchtime.
In the first all-Conservative Budget since 1996, Mr Osborne is expected to make cuts in benefits for social housing and tax credits, whilst raising tax allowances.
Anti austerity campaigners say they fear the vulnerable will be worst hit. A mass 'die-in' is being held on Truro's Lemon Quay at 5.30pm by the People's Assembly Against Austerity to highlight the impact of more cuts.
See Ian Axton grill the two Lib Dems battling to replace Nick Clegg in the wake of the party's spectacular collapse in the general election - Tim Farron and Norman Lamb.
Questions come in from Lib Dems around our region, but surely the main one is, where does the party go from here?
Totnes MP Sarah Wollaston has spoken out in favour of giving 16 and 17 year olds the vote in the forthcoming EU referendum.
She was one of only three Conservatives to vote for the measure - which was eventually rejected. But she said that youngsters she met DID have the mental capacity to understand the issues.
The question is whether is we as a House have the capacity to actually change our view and to give them a voice and a vote. And I don't believe I could return to those schools in my constituency and look those young people in the eye and say that I denied them the opportunity.
ITV News West Country presenter Ian Axton gives his take on the Lib Dems' spectacular collapse in the election and where they go from here.Read the full story ›
Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw WILL stand as deputy leader of the Labour Party after a last-minute scramble to secure support from 35 of his colleagues.
In the end he got the backing of 37 of them - following a late surge in support just before the midday deadline.
Our presenter Ian Axton interviewed him earlier today - about the scramble for support AND his attitude to the candidates for the Labour leadership.
Ian did ask one question that proved slightly awkward - what did Mr Bradshaw think of the hopes of left-winger Jeremy Corbyn in the leadership stakes.
Here, in a nutshell, is the Exeter MP's answer:
Mr Bradshaw is one of five candidates for the deputy leadership. The winner will be announced in September.