Mr Sunak’s first Budget back in March 2020 was dubbed the “coronavirus Budget” after it focused on supporting Brits financially through the crisis, rather than the government’s “levelling up” agenda as promised in the 2019 general election.
Normally, the Budget is held once a year but the unprecedented circumstances of the pandemic in 2020 saw Mr Sunak give a “mini-budget” in the Commons on July 8.
What can we expect from the Budget 2021?
The Chancellor has pledged The Budget, which takes place on Wednesday March 3rd will set out the next phase of the plan to tackle the virus and protect jobs.
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