The Treasury is establishing a presence in Wales and Northern Ireland, in addition to its existing presence in Scotland.
As a result of the budget the Scottish Government will benefit from a £640m funding boost, the Welsh Government a £360m funding boost and the Northern Ireland Executive a £210m funding boost
The West Yorkshire Devolution Deal, which will increase local growth and investment through the creation of a Mayoral Combined Authority (MCA) across West Yorkshire.
Legislation will be passed to ensure Welsh language broadcaster S4C are given the same tax status as the BBC and ITN
Scotland will benefit from a support package for the Whisky industry, including a freeze on spirits duty.
£162 million for City and Growth Deals in Northern Ireland, £55 million Mid Wales Growth Deal and £25 million for the Argyll & Bute Growth Deal
The Shared Rural Network will ensure 84% of the country will have 4G coverage from all four mobile networks, up from 66% now – with 95% having coverage from at least one operator.
Up to £500,000 funding to Bradford to explore the regeneration opportunities of potential NPR services
Additional investment will be made in growth hubs in all regions
A government economic decision-making hub will be created in the North of England
£13m to expand the British Library’s network of Business and Intellectual Property Centres to 21 cities and 18 surrounding local library networks across the UK, including London