Administrators Duff & Phelps, which also handled BHS's insolvency, has begun the search for a buyer, though declined to comment on whether they were also considering selling off parts of the business.
Broadband firms will no longer be able to advertise their fast net services based on the speeds just a few customers get, from May next year.
The chancellor said the personal allowance would rise to �11,850 and the higher-rate threshold would rise to �46,350 in April, adding he wanted families “to keep more of the money they earn”.
Ajit Pai, head of America's communications watchdog the FCC, has unveiled his "plan to repeal the Obama Administration's heavy-handed regulation of the Internet," referred to by critics as an anti-consumer giveaway to large communications companies.
'Uber's announcement raises huge concerns around its data protection policies and ethics,' the UK's Information Commissioner's Office said.