How has the Budget affected you?
Chancellor Alistair Darling announced that stamp duty will be scrapped on house purchases up to £250,000 for first-time buyers. He also said planned fuel price increases will be phased in to soften the blow.
Conservative leader David Cameron accused the Labour government of stealing Tory policies on stamp duty and the strong cider tax, and of "leaving it to the next Conservative government to clean up the mess." Meanwhile, the Lib Dems said both the chancellor and David Cameron were "in denial" about the scale of cuts needed to address the deficit.
Will this Budget leave you be better or worse off? Has the Chancellor made cuts in the right areas? Do you think cuts of £11bn in spending are achievable? Are you affected by the stamp duty changes?
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