The Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his 2021 Budget on Wednesday 3rd March 2021.

 

What time is the Budget?

The Budget is expected to take place at about 12:30 pm, straight after PMQs.

The first part of the statement typically begins with a review of the nation’s finances and the economic situation. The statement then moves on to proposals for taxation.

The Chancellor’s Budget speech usually lasts about an hour.

 

Expert commentary

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