The government says Britain's recovery is on track as official figures show average pay rises outstripping inflation for the first time in four years and unemployment continuing to fall.
Inflation has fallen to its lowest level in more than four years - good for households who have seen their pay eroded by rising prices, but the better news is the squeeze on earnings may be over.
Chancellor George Osborne is heralding Britain's economic recovery. But can you feel it? Latest analysis and video in our budget 2014 live blog.
A new garden city is to be built in Ebsfleet in the Thames estuary, and the government's help to buy scheme is to be extended until the end of the decade, Chancellor George Osborne announces.
Do criticisms of the government's welfare reforms by Archbishop Vincent Nichols, the country's highest-ranking Catholic, represent a shift in the church's position?
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles says the government "made a mistake" and should have dredged the flood-hit Somerset Levels.