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Be part of the EDP Budget 2016 panel

13:26 09 March 2016

What will George have in store on Wednesday and how will it affect you?

What will George have in store on Wednesday and how will it affect you?

Chancellor George Osborne sets out his vision for the UK economy on Wednesday and we’d love to hear from you.

We’re looking for people to join the EDP’s Budget 2016 panel. We’d talk to you before the Budget and after it is delivered on Wednesday March 16th so you must be free to be contacted on that day.

We’d like to know what you think Mr Osborne should include in the Budget and how the announcements he makes on Wednesday will affect you.

If you’d like to join, please email our business editor mark.shields@archant.co.uk with your contact details, name, age, profession and where you’re from.

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