"A budget for making things, not making things up." So began UK chancellor George Osborne, as he set out his stall for encouraging growth and stabilising the country's economy. So, how did he fare? The FT's Sarah Neville put this question to Chris Cook, the FT's education correspondent, Martin Sandbu, the FT's economic leader writer and Matthew Vincent, editor of FT Money. Produced by LJ Filotrani

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