July Budget 2015: What time is it, how to watch it and what to expect

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Osborne will make his speech at 12.30pm tomorrow (Source: Getty)

Chancellor George Osborne is busily preparing to deliver his "emergency Budget" tomorrow, with its name alluding to the fact it's so close to the General Election.

But it's also attracting attention is because it's the first exclusively Conservative Budget in almost 20 years - in 1996 then-chancellor Kenneth Clarke delivered a package framed as the "Rolls-Royce recovery - built to last".

Long-term economic plan, anyone?

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Key timings

The Chancellor will start delivering his Budget Speech in the House of Commons from 12.30pm tomorrow.

How to watch it

If you want to watch Osborne deliver his summer budget it will be broacast live by the BBC News, Sky News as well as ITV- and alternatively, if you're not near a TV, then you can listen to it on BBC Radio 4.

What to expect

Osborne has said he will be delivering the promises made in the Conservative party's election manifesto, however true to form, he's already leaked some of Budget's content beforehand.

Here's a round-up of what to expect from the July budget.

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