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Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling, delivered his third Budget statement to the House of Commons
Every year the Chancellor of the Exchequer makes a major speech to the House of Commons on the state of the national finances and the Government's proposals for changes to taxation. This statement is known as the Budget.
The Budget speech usually includes:
The Chancellor's statement is followed by several days' debate.
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