Budget 2017: Self-employed hit by Budget tax rise - BBC News
Chancellor Philip Hammond has increased National Insurance bills for self-employed people in his first Budget - leading to accusations he has broken a manifesto pledge not to raise taxes. There was also £2bn for social care services in England, and help for firms hit by business rate rises. On the economy he said growth was expected to be higher - and borrowing lower - than forecast in November. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said it was "a Budget of utter complacency".
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