6 Nov: The Treasury has released a new version of the stimulus plan which will offer more financial help to those struggling to make ends meet.
In its new budget, it also aims to tackle the root causes of low household incomes by creating a National Living Wage.
More: 6 Nov The Treasury’s new budget has been released and the latest version of its economic plan has been given to the Treasury for consultation.
It has been revealed that it will provide more financial support to those who struggle to make Ends meet.
The budget will also set out how the government will help businesses and individuals to keep up with rising consumer prices, increase wages and support those on low incomes.
It also says that the UK should remain in the EU’s single market, but not pursue any “discontinuing of the Single Market”.
The Treasury said the stimulus plans will be unveiled in a series of documents and a report due to be published on Tuesday.
The Budget will also address the impact of the EU referendum and how it can help to ensure the UK remains in the European single market.
It will outline the Government’s economic plan to 2020, including a strategy for a transition to a sustainable, inclusive and secure economy by 2026.
The Government will also release a national plan to build the future of our economy and to keep the UK competitive in a changing world.
The new Treasury plans will also provide £3bn for an additional 4,000 jobs, £2bn for childcare, £500m for the NHS, £350m for child care and £200m for education.
More information: The budget is due to come before the House of Commons on Tuesday morning.
It is also due to receive Royal Assent on Tuesday evening.
The Treasury is due back before Parliament on December 8.