Can anything be done to help the more needy and vulnerable?
Most Brits are not optimistic the Budget will ease their financial pain, according to a survey.
The Bishop of Bristol has welcomed the Government's additional £750m investment to subsidise childcare costs but says it may not help the poorest families.
While aid agencies have congratulated the Chancellor for protecting overseas aid, other organisations say the Budget will not bring relief to those affected by poverty closer to home.
Development agencies have welcomed the Chancellor's Budget confirming 0.7% of national income will be spent on international aid.
Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu has expressed his support for maintaining the UK's aid budget
The Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, and other Welsh Church leaders have called upon the Chancellor to allocate 0.7% of the UK's national income to overseas aid.
There is enough food in the world for everyone but one in eight people will go to bed hungry tonight.
Christians are calling upon the Chancellor to use his Budget to help those hardest hit by the Government's spending cuts.
Mo Farah, Robbie Williams, Ewan McGregor and Sienna Miller are among the stars appealing to the Chancellor to protect the overseas aid budget.
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