DARLING told MPs that Government borrowing would be pounds 167billion this year, pounds 11billion less than he predicted in the pre-budget report in December.
What does PBR stand for?
PBR stands for Pre-Budget Report
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Documents released by the Treasury alongside the Pre-Budget Report showed that the Government faced unfunded pension liabilities of pounds 770bn at the end of March last year, up from pounds 650bn in March 2006.
In his Pre-Budget Report Alistair Darling announced NI rates would rise by 0.
Finance minister Alistair Darling is due to unveil his latest taxation and spending plans in the pre-budget report -- a curtain-raiser to the main budget in the spring -- before parliament at 1230 GMT.
Jennifer Brooke, executive director of the BCA, said: "The House of Commons reception enabled the BCA to inform MPs that a change to the pounds 15,000 RV in the Chancellor's pre-Budget report would threaten the survival of many small businesses.
Jennifer Brooke, executive director of the BCA, said: "The House of Commons reception enabled the BCA to inform MPs that a change to the pounds 15,000RV in the Chancellor's pre-budget report would threaten the survival of many small businesses.
The extra money was announced by Chancellor Alistair Darling in the Pre-Budget Report, as a one-off payment of pounds 60, on top of the pounds 10 Christmas bonus, to be paid from January.
Byline: D Pithie CHANCELLOR Alistair Darling's pre-budget report unveiled a pounds 20billion rescue package to drag Britain out of recession.