17 March 2004

Budget 2004

Prudence for a purpose: A Britain of stability and strength

The 2004 Budget Report, 'Prudence for a purpose: A Britain of stability and strength', was published on 17 March 2004.

Internal links

Full report
Press notices
Speech
Budget regional leaflets

This year we are making a microsite of the budget summary leaflet available. The microsite will open in a separate window.

get 2004 microsite logo

Braille and audio versions of the Budget 2004 summary leaflet and audio versions of the press notices are available from the HM Treasury Correspondence and Enquiries Unit, tel 020 7270 4558 or e-mail.

Associated documents

Documents relating to the Budget Report 2004 can be accessed by visiting internal links, PDF documents or external websites. PDF files will open in a new browser window. You can download the software from the Adobe website. For alternative ways to read PDF documents visit the HM Treasury accessibility page.

Supporting young people to achieve: towards a new deal for skills
Stability and growth pact: a discussion paper
Flexibility in the UK Economy
Promoting more flexible investment in property: a consultation
Devolved decision making 1: Delivering better public services: Refining targets and performance management
Devolved decision making 2: Meeting the regional economic challenge: Increasing regional and local flexibility

Budget 2004: Data sources
Budget 2004: Supplementary charts and tables

Other documents published today

Revenue departments review
Delivering Stability: Securing our Future Housing Needs
Modernising the taxation of the haulage industry: Lorry road user charge, progress report 3

Media Links

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Broadcast of the Chancellor's Budget 2004 statement (Directgov)

External links to other Government websites

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Inland Revenue and documents and draft legislation released today
HM Customs and Excise and documents and draft legislation released today

Budget Archive 1997-1999
Budget Guide

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