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"This is virtually the only announcement in this Budget that hasn't leaked," the chancellor jokes.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his Autumn 2018 Budget, the last before Brexit.
Chancellor Philip Hammond plans to tax the sales that digital giants generate in the UK.
Workers will take home more of their pay than many would have expected - one of numerous measures that affect your finances.
Politics Live presenter Andrew Neil goes through the key announcements from the chancellor in his 2018 Budget.
Borrowing is expected to keep falling over the next five years, the chancellor said.
The government will not enter into further Private Finance Initiative projects, but will honour those under way, says the chancellor.
Philip Hammond opens his Budget speech "for Britain's future", saying it would be for "the strivers, the grafters and the carers".
Some 250 major organisations join Coca Cola and H&M promising to stop using single waste plastic.
Bank of England said consumer credit grew 7.7% in the year to September, the slowest pace since 2015.
The chancellor is set to announce the commemorative coin during his Budget speech in the Commons.
Trains that emit pure water could be in the UK by the "early 2020s", according to the government.
While we wait for Philip Hammond's big moment, here are some lesser-known facts.
Nile Rodgers, the king of 1970s disco, says the key to his success is his music makes people feel good.
Peter Reinhardt was initially unimpressed with the idea behind customer data tech firm Segment.
It's the last Budget before Brexit - and could all change if the UK and the EU don't reach a deal.
On the eve of his Budget, the chancellor says no-deal will require a 'different response'.
Taxes on tech firms, a boost for broadband and a row over gambling are all in the newspapers before Budget day.
But the industry has said more than £8bn would be needed for a one-time fix of potholes in England.