MPs debate Summer Budget 2015

14 July 2015

MPs concluded the debate on the Summer Budget 2015, in the House of Commons on Tuesday 14 July 2015.

Debate on the Summer Budget 2015: Day 4

Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Sajid Javid, opened the final day of debate on the Summer Budget 2015, in the House of Commons on Tuesday 14 July 2015.

Debate on the Summer Budget 2015: Day 3

Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Greg Clark, opened the third day of debate on the Summer Budget 2015, in the House of Commons on Monday 13 July 2015.

Debate on the Summer Budget 2015: Day 2

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Chris Leslie, opened the second day of debate on the Summer Budget 2015, in the House of Commons on Thursday 9 July 2015.

Debate on the Summer Budget 2015: Day 1

Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, delivered the Summer Budget Statement to the House of Commons on Wednesday 8 July 2015. The statement was followed by a debate on the Budget proposals.

Summer Budget 2015 debates

At the end of the debate the Commons will be asked to approve a series of Ways and Means Resolutions. Generally the House will vote on a selection of these Resolutions.

Further information

House of Commons Library analysis

The House of Commons Library produces briefing papers to inform MPs and their staff of key issues. The papers contain factual information and a range of opinions on each subject, and aim to be politically impartial.

The Library has published the following briefing papers on the Summer Budget 2015.

The Budget and Parliament

Further information about Parliamentary procedure and the Budget:

More information about the contents of the 2015 Budget is available on the HM Treasury website.

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