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Budget 84-A Sixty Minutes Special

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
David Dimbleby introduces Nigel Lawson 's first Budget, with comment and analysis from economist Peter Oppenheimer and chartered accountant
Philip Hardman.
Sir Robin Day assesses the Westminster reaction to the Chancellor's statement with leading politicians.
Richard Whitmore , with the help of the BBC computer and the Institute for Fiscal Studies, analyses the effects of the measures on industry, tax payers and consumers.
From the Stock Exchange, Nick Clarke reports on the City's view of the Budget with Dr Paul Neild , chief economist of stockbrokers Phillips and Drew. From Aston Science Park in the West Midlands, Nicholas Woolley finds out what it will mean for industry and Sally Magnusson will be getting the first reaction from the traditional victims of Budget Day-motorists, smokers and drinkers.
Director VICTOR MELLENEY Producer RICHARD TAIT
Sixty Minutes Editor DAVID LLOYD
* Budget facts and figures on Ceefax page 101
18 FEATURE: page 3

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Nigel Lawson
Unknown: Peter Oppenheimer
Unknown: Philip Hardman.
Unknown: Richard Whitmore
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Dr Paul Neild
Unknown: Nicholas Woolley
Unknown: Sally Magnusson
Director: Victor Melleney
Producer: Richard Tait
Editor: David Lloyd

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Budget 84-A Sixty Minutes Special

BBC One London, 13 March 1984 15.00






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