"Mr Cameron told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show it would be "about getting the deficit under control".
"But it should also be a budget that goes for growth that gets this economy moving again"
Which rather mirror's what Gordy is trying to do.
Cameron has focused more on tax cuts for business which i am cautiously interested in so far as they create or sustain jobs.
There really don't seem to be any differences of substance from what little Cameron says, rather the idea that one party will do the same thing, just better.
I wonder, given Cameron and Osborne's backgrounds, how much of the budget will be who's work. If that makes sense. Not having a go on this one, just wondering how much input Osborne will have given that he knows nothing about economics and Cameron used to be an advisor at the Treasury