Think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies warns that the increased growth announced in the Autumn Statement is just expected growth arriving early.
Chancellor George Osborne rejects claims the UK's economic recovery is based solely on a boom in consumer spending and house prices.
The independent Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) predicts that the government will not have to borrow any money in 2018-19.
The chancellor says the UK economy is bouncing back but the recovery is "not yet done" - and millions must wait longer for a state pension.
A cap on total government welfare spending will start in 2015, the Chancellor, George Osborne, announces.
A major package of measures to cut tax avoidance, evasion and tax planning has been announced by Chancellor George Osborne.
More British pensioners living abroad will be forced to prove they are alive in order to keep their state pensions, the Treasury says.
The government announces a series of measures designed to increase the supply of homes in both the private and public sector.
Fuel duty is frozen by Chancellor George Osborne in his Autumn Statement a widely-expected move.
The government says £100m of money gathered from UK banks in Libor fines will go to military charities.
The Chancellor George Osborne announces annual funding of £90m over five years for the UK to collaborate with emerging nations.
Commuters across England will now pay 3.1% more on average for regulated train tickets from next month, instead of a rise of 4.1%.
Increases in business rates in England are to be capped at 2%, instead of being linked to inflation, the chancellor announces.
Foreign property owners will pay tax on any gains in value on UK properties they own, under changes to capital gains tax announced by the chancellor.
The Liberal Democrats accuse the Department for Education of "going rogue" by briefing against Nick Clegg over funding for new school kitchens.
The paper disc that people have had to display in their cars to show they have paid vehicle excise duty is to be replaced by an electronic system.
The government unveils its infrastructure spending plan for the next two decades, including £375bn of investment in energy, transport and communications.
The chancellor's statement at-a-glance
Why spending levels on public services are falling
The glass half-full versus the glass half-empty
Why economic forecasters are raising alarm bells
What does the statement mean for your finances?
Why some people will have to work harder for longer
Will Labour accept Osborne's financial challenges?
What did we know before the Chancellor stood up?
Why the Treasury believes tax cuts could help growth
Just what is the chancellor's speech all about?
How real is the risk of a power cut?
How competitive is the UK energy market?