Chancellor Alistair Darling’s 2010 budget on Wednesday 24 March is potentially the most eagerly awaited budget in recent years.
Just weeks ahead of a General Election and in face of a massive budget deficit of £178bn, the Chancellor’s plans for raising taxes and tackling the UK’s budget deficit are eagerly awaited.
This year on Computer Weekly we will be trying a few new ways of covering the announcement. For starters we will be live blogging and tweeting the relevant announcements and we hope to get some quick interpretation on what the announcements mean for the IT sector.
Go to Computer Weekly’s special budget coverage page to participate in the action as it unfurls on Wednesday.
We have also added a bit of light-hearted fun into our coverage by giving you the opportunity to take part in our caption competition.
Send us your witty captions to the picture above and the funniest (judged by us) will win a £10 Amazon voucher. Just post your caption in the comments field below this article.