Chancellor George Osborne's Budget has clearer is first parliamentary hurdle, despite a more than £4 billion hole left following his U-turn on disability benefit cuts.
Despite the highly charged debate over the Budget that has developed in recent days, the government won today's main vote on Budget resolutions by 310 votes to 275.
A series of specific budget resolutions, including the cut in capital gains tax, were also passed.
Mr Osborne admitted the now-scrapped disability payment cuts were a "mistake", but stressed that public finances had to be brought under control.
George Osborne is due to defend his Budget in parliament today following the government u-turn on welfare cuts.
Mayor London weighs in on Iain Duncan Smith's resignation and the abandoned disability payment cuts on ITV's The Agenda tonight.
MPs wonder aloud whether the chancellor is 'too scared' to respond to an emergency question over his budget.