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2014 United Kingdom budget

2014 (2014) United Kingdom budget
2013
2015
Presented Wednesday 19 March 2014
Parliament 55th
Party Coalition government
Chancellor George Osborne
Total revenue £648 billion ($1.1 trillion) (39% of 2014 GDP)
Total expenditures £732 billion ($1.2 trillion) (42% of 2014 GDP)
Deficit £84 billion (5% of 2014 GDP)
Website Budget 2014 documents

The 2014 United Kingdom budget was delivered by Chancellor of the Exchequer, to the House of Commons on Wednesday, 19 March 2014.

It was the fifth budget of the Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition government formed after the 2010 general election, and also the fifth to be delivered by Osborne.[1][2][3][4]

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External Links

  • 2014 United Kingdom budget at Gov.uk
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