David Dimbleby presents live coverage of the Budget on BBC Two. Coverage is simulcast on BBC News 24.
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Alastair Stewart and Katie Derham presented a specially extended edition of the Lunchtime News to cover the speech.
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Adam Boulton presented Sky News’ coverage throughout the afternoon. Martin Stanford worked the virtual graphics.
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Jon Sopel in Westminster with Joanna Gosling and Tim Willcox in the studio reflect on the days speech.
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Huw Edwards examines the speech on the Ten O’clock News.
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