Welsh Assembly gets new powers

Tax and borrowing capacity to be extended

Budget 2014: Beware what lies beneath

Fiscal watchdog foresees feeble exports and indebted households

The five charts you need to win the Budget

Your bluffer’s guide

How bad are the public finances?

Deficit forecast still at bottom of global league

Budget 2014: Economists’ views

Paul Johnson, Bronwyn Curtis and George Buckley give verdicts

Osborne set to miss export growth target

Chancellor uses Budget to announce finance boost

Growth evenly spread among most regions

Signs that confidence is seeping into areas that previously lagged behind

Productivity puzzle casts Budget shadow

Importance of caveat to UK’s recovery should not be underestimated

Concerns over exports and investment

Worries about durability of recent upturn

Measures designed to reach the northwest margins

Chancellor credits several of region’s MPs with ideas

Scottish hopes for ‘rebalanced’ economy

My Budget: Argyll and Bute looks to renewable energy boost for more jobs

Investment tax allowance doubled

Move will allow full relief for almost all businesses at £2bn cost

Flood defences boosted

Shortage of major infrastructure schemes disappoints industry

Funds sought to jolt promises into action

£50bn list of infrastructure projects to be opened to wealth funds

Slowing forecasts temper Budget largesse

Osborne has no vote-winning options despite large annual upgrade to growth

Osborne faces £20bn black hole in UK finances

Extra year of austerity needed before books are balanced

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