The Chancellor says his Budget includes an extra £200 million for the Welsh Government to spend.
Chancellor announces extra £200m for Welsh Govt as result of spending in England in his budget.
Details of the £200m: £150m over 3 years + £50m capital over 4 years as result of business rates, skills & social care spending in England
Welsh Govt source: extra £200m has to be seen in wider context of cuts; Welsh Govt’s budget is around £1n lower than in 2009/10.
ITV's consumer champion says there are easy ways to boost our personal finances, regardless of what has come out of today's Budget.
The Welsh Government says if it matched the Chancellor's business rates relief scheme for England, businesses in Wales would lose out.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has unveiled his first Budget - but how will it affect people and businesses here in Wales?