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Cut to 5% for six months
'All necessary funding' to prepare
UK gilt yields drop slightly
'Policy and action' needed
First Budget following Tories' landslide election win
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UK deficit to reach lowest level in 20 years by 2023/24
First Spring Statement
In effect April 2018
Newly-appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer
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FTSE 100 lifted nearly 1%
The Chancellor George Osborne is set to confirm an increase in the inheritance tax (IHT) threshold to £1m per couple in this week's Budget.
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Parents would be able to pass a main property worth up to £1m to their children without paying any inheritance tax (IHT), under Tory plans in Treasury papers leaked ahead of Wednesday's budget.