Tens of thousands of jobs in the UK will go as a result of a windfall tax on North Sea oil producers announced in the Budget, the industry warns.
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- Budget headlines in four minutes03:58
- Road hauliers welcome fuel duty cut02:21
- Osborne on 'reforming the economy'01:50
- Budget reaction from business people02:44
- Kennedy, Lamont and Cooper's views06:24
- The Budget's bigger picture02:38
- BBC editors' reaction to the Budget06:56
- Miliband slates 'same old Tories'01:55
- Motoring costs cut in Budget02:14
- corporation tax reduction revealed01:19
- Chancellor describes his 'plan for growth'01:10
- Income tax and NI to be merged01:06
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