It comes as a think tank warned that the chancellor has taken a "gamble" with the public finances which could lead to higher borrowing and debt in coming years.
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The Chancellor's decision to move the Budget to mid-afternoon on Monday left analysts less time to crunch the numbers and examine the fine detail. Almost half of the reforms will only affect the most well-off 10 per cent as tax changes become "even more regressive".
Mr Mackay is facing calls to lift the higher-rate threshold next April after Mr Hammond announced he was raising it to £50,000.
The Chancellor said that it wasn't a tax on goods bought online.
Any expectation that Mr Hammond will now meet his target of eliminating the deficit by the mid-2020s was "for the birds", said IFS director Paul Johnson.
Mr Johnson said there were big increases in NHS spending over the coming years but "he hasn't found any money" for other public services.
Asked if Labour would reverse the Government's planned tax cuts, Mr McDonnell told Today: "We will support the tax cuts at the moment on the basis that it will inject some demand into the economy".
He also said prisons, schools and local authorities would not have much to celebrate about the new budget and should be preparing for more hard years ahead. The government will provide £600m extra for social care in 2019-20, while departments are also set to receive a share of a £500m top-up to funding he announced in last year's budget to help government departments to prepare for Brexit in 2019-20.
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He said: "I take some pride in the fact that I have been a finance secretary who has ensured that we have the fairest income tax system in the United Kingdom".
Funnily enough, Hammond decided not to mention that part in his Budget speech, leaving journalists and others to dig around in the small print of the full Budget Red Book to find out that he was taking with one hand after giving with the other.
Over the next five years, total public investment is growing 30 percent to its highest sustained level in 40 years, investing in the roads, railways, research, and digital infrastructure that will power our economy through the 21st Century.
Despite only one in seven people benefiting from the higher-rate change, the Shadow Chancellor said Labour would not reverse the tax break if they were in government. "What will he do then?"
But a 10 Downing Street spokeswoman responded: "I wouldn't agree with that language".
Bone went on: "He will be able to cut tariffs, abolish VAT on certain products and reallocate the £39bn that he was going to give to the European Union to this country, cutting taxes, improving public services and lowering debt".
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond made the announcement in Monday's budget, saying: "We'll open the use of e-passport gates at Heathrow and other airports... now only available to EEA nationals".