George Eaton argues that the chancellor has manipulated the government’s borrowing figures.
Anatole Kaletsky suggests that George Osborne is so enamoured with his reductio ad absurdum against the notion of a fiscal stimulus that he has failed to justify his problematic economic beliefs.
While much was made of announcements about infrastructure spending, Richard Hebditch argues that the reality for commuters is far more complex.
Helen Nadin questions whether the uprating of the Basic State Pension is all that it seems.
Isabel Hardman raises the possibility of Britain losing its AAA credit rating and the political implications this would hold for the chancellor.