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Osborne: Budget for 'makers, doers and savers'

The Chancellor George Osborne has unveiled measures to benefit pensioners and savers in his penultimate Budget before the election. But he has warned Britain is still set to face years of austerity, despite improved economic forecasts.

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Libor fines to go to search and rescue

Fines levied over the Libor scandal will be given to military charities.

George Osborne said that this will also be extended to search and rescue and £10 million will go to the Guides, cadets and St John's Ambulance.

The Chancellor told MPs that inheritance tax relief will be given to the families of those in the emergency services who die while on duty.

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