Chancellor turns on spending taps in his first Budget
But Labour says claim it is biggest investment since 1950s is ‘sleight of hand’
Budget ‘will herald highest investment in infrastructure for decades’
Chancellor will set out plans for spending totalling hundreds of billions of pounds on roads, railways, housing, broadband and research
PM attacked for 'schmoozing donors while ignoring flood victims'
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The struggle over the government’s fiscal rules boils over
With his very public intervention, coming just 14 days before the Budget on 11 March, Sajid Javid has heaped pressure on No 10 not to ditch his framework of fiscal discipline, writes economics editor Ben Chu
Is Sajid Javid’s resignation really a victory for Dominic Cummings?
Ministers’ hopes that they had passed ‘peak Dom’ appear to be wide of the mark, writes Andrew Grice
Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle will destabilise the government
Editorial: If the prime minister does not rein in his maverick adviser soon, the resentments built up by such conduct will make the case for him
UK ‘won’t diverge from EU rules for the sake of it’ – Javid
Chancellor tries to reassure industry in speech at Davos
PM says UK and US will suffer if Trump starts trade war over tech tax
Prime minister’s remarks come after US Treasury secretary’s warning that a tax of tech firms could be met with reciprocal measures on car exports