Chancellor George Osborne delivered his fourth Budget address this afternoon, cutting his official growth forecast in half, but insisting the UK would avoid a "triple dip" recession.
Osborne also confirmed plans to cut corporation tax to 20%, increase the personal tax free allowance to £10,000 in April 2014 and abolish the stamp duty reserve tax for UK-domiciled funds. The Chancellor...
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