- Pre-Budget Report
- Spending Review
- Enterprise & productivity
- Financial services
- International issues
- Public private partnerships
- Public spending & reporting
- Taxation, work and welfare
- UK economy
- The Euro
- Invest to save budget (ISB)
08 November 2000
The Pre-Budget Report is now an established and integral part of the Government's annual Budget process. It provides a progress report on what the Government has achieved so far and the next stage of policy reforms on which the Government will be consulting in the run up to the next Budget.
The key objective of the Pre-Budget Report is to launch a national debate on important economic issues, including taxation and spending, seeking the views of people and business in all regions of the country and all sectors of the economy to inform the Government's Budget decisions.
The publication of this year's Pre-Budget Report and a range of associated documents, will be followed by a series of regional meetings to discuss the issues raised and to listen to people's views.
The Welsh Language Summary Leaflet and other Associated documents are available below in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF). If you do not have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer you can download the software free of charge from the Adobe website.
For alternative ways to read PDF documents and further information on website accessibility visit the HM Treasury accessibility page.
Documents relating to the Pre Budget Report can be accessed by visiting internal links, PDF documents or external websites.