The 2014 UK Budget will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, March 17th and there will be millions of people in Britain watching the news or reading websites in order to gain a perspective as to the changes. However, a huge percentage of you would rather use apps for getting 2014 UK Budget news live, or maybe a video stream, and there are many choices, but only a handful really matter.
Our first choice, and one of the best apps for live updates on the 2014 UK Budget is the BBC News app because the reports will be up-to-the minute and will be reported by finical and political correspondents, whom will have far better knowledge of the subject at hand.
The app has several news categories, but come tomorrow there will be one dedicated to the UK Budget, although this will also feature in the top stories section. This app is free and can be downloaded from the App Store or the Google Play Store free of charge.
Another app to consider is the Sky News app, which we can already see is offering 2014 UK Budget predictions, and while you should not take this as gospel, we have seen in the past that such predictions have been spot on. Again, this app is free and can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store, or for Android devices, the Google Play Store.
If you would rather watch the UK budget live there are various options for you. One option would be to visit the dedicated Yahoo Finance page on the 2014 UK budget.
However, some of you might choose to watch proceeding as it happens on the official Parliament website. As you would imagine, this website does not offer any insight as to the predictions for tomorrow’s budget, but BBC News and the Guardian does.
How will you be watching the 2014 UK Budget tomorrow?
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