Autumn Statement 2011
Autumn Statement - Your reaction
George Osborne has delivered his Autumn Statement to the House of Commons. BBC News website readers have been reacting to the measures announced by the chancellor.
What is the Autumn Statement?
It's as bland a title as it can get, so why is the chancellor's Autumn Statement so important?
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Q&A: The Autumn Statement and you
What the latest policy announcements from Chancellor George Osborne mean for the pound in your pocket
At-a-glance: Key points
The key points of Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement on the economy
Landale: Transforming moment
The BBC's deputy political editor James Landale says George Osborne's gloomy Autumn Statement will alter the nature of political debate for years to come.
Flanders: A most unwelcome statement
The Autumn Statement from the chancellor has proved every bit as gloomy as forecast.
Robinson: Unbalanced books
This is the statement that George Osborne never wanted to make. It told the country that the government will not have balanced the books by the next election.
Mason: £30bn of extra cuts
Newsnight's Economics editor Paul Mason gives his initial analysis of Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement.
Peston: Hitting the bankers, again
Bankers will be furious that the chancellor is imposing a third bank-levy increase in less than a year.