The measures announced today by Osborne will increase output by a meagre 0.1 per cent.
The results of Mr Osborne’s strategy were both predictable and predicted. But he has continued regardless.
The Chancellor glosses over the fact that working people feel the brunt of his benefit cuts as much as the jobless.
The Chancellor's plan to increase benefits by just 1 per cent creates an awkward dilemma for Labour and Lib Dem MPs.
Chancellor included 4G receipts and gilt interest payments to make it appear as if the deficit will fall this year.
Benefits bear the brunt of a fiscally neutral Autumn Statement. Refresh and scroll down for updates.
Conservatives ordered to correct NHS spending claims as Osborne prepares to announce higher borrowing this year.
A few insights from Gavin Kelly to help you navigate Osborne's fiscal arithmetic.
The Chancellor has missed another opportunity to make our tax system fairer and more economically efficient.