Budget 2012: Conservative MPs on Osborne's 'granny tax'

George Osborne's Budget should have been a piece of political theatre but the top rate tax cut and the so-called "granny tax" delivered dire headlines for the government.

Giles Dilnot spoke to Tory MPs to find out why it has not gone down well, with claims of "something lost in the details" and "bellyaching". He then spoke to voters who gave their say on the Budget.

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