George Osborne makes his final pitch to voters with a handout to savers and first time buyers.
In his final Budget before the general election, the chancellor announced a new personal allowance which would mean 95% of all savers would pay no tax on their savings.
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And he said that he was creating a new help-to-buy ISA which would see the government add £50 to every £200 first-time buyers put away towards a deposit.
He confirmed tax cuts via a rise in personal allowances, cut beer, cider and spirit duties, and again scrapped the fuel duty rise.