In the United Kingdom, Chancellor George Osborne presents the coalition government's emergency budget statement to the House of Commons.
Iain Duncan Smith resigns his position as the United Kingdom's Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, in opposition to cuts in disability benefit proposed by George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, says that the finance ministers and central bankers of the G7 have agreed there must be co-ordinated action against tax evaders.
Chancellor George Osborne accuses ministers in Gordon Brown's government of attempting to manipulate interest rates during the recession.
Chancellor George Osborne tells the Inquiry that suggestions of a deal between the Conservative Party and Rupert Murdoch are "complete nonsense".
George Osborne delivers the 2012 British budget cutting the top rate of income tax.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne delivers the 2011 United Kingdom budget.
The "Daily Telegraph" publishes further details of taped conversations with Liberal Democrat MPs, which include comments that British Prime Minister David Cameron cannot be trusted and Chancellor George Osborne has "a capacity to get up one's nose".
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne hails the results as proof that the economy is going through a steady recovery, but opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband asserts that the recent spending review and budget cuts will harm economic performance.
In the United Kingdom, Chancellor George Osborne outlines a Comprehensive Spending Review which will see the biggest spending cuts in decades, totalling £81bn, with welfare, local government and police particularly affected.
George Osborne scraps Britain's financial regulator and grants new powers to the Bank of England.