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|GDP: £1,942.6 billion(1)||United Kingdom Central Government
and Local Authority Spending
-5yr -1yr Fiscal Year 2017 +1yr +3yr
Amounts in £ billion
|Pop: 65.2 million|
|Change View:||default COFOG||Central
|[+] Health Care||138.9||0.0||3.7||142.7|
|[+] General Government||10.1||0.0||5.3||15.3|
|[+] Other Spending||79.9||0.0||37.6||117.6|
|[+] Total Spending: Start chart||611.3||0.0||172.8||784.1|
|[+] Public Net Debt||0.0||0.0||0.0||1,638.4|
|[+] Current Budget Deficit||0.0||0.0||0.0||19.1|
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The table shows overall public spending—central government and local authorities—in the United Kingdom for the specified fiscal year. Government expenditure totals are aggregated for each major government function.
All outlays for British public spending prior to 2011 are outturn. More recent spending, including future years out to 2015, are estimated outturn, planned, or guesstimated.
Public sector expenditure between 1992 through 2015 is based on Public Expenditure Statistical Analysis (PESA) function or subfunction data published by HM Treasury.
You can use controls on the table to change the year or to drill down to view more detailed spending information. You can also view the spending data as percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
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Outturn vs. Plan: Public spending data in ukpublicspending.co.uk includes public spending outturns and also future spending in three categories: estimated outturn, planned, and guesstimated. Records of recent spending are more detailed than historical records of earlier times.
Current Budget Deficit: The Office of Budget Responsibility computes the deficit as (current expenditure less current receipts less depreciation). It will not equal the difference between spending and revenue on this site because this site computes total spending by including both current and capital expenditure and ignoring depreciation.
Public Spending Updates: The current numbers are based on HM Treasury’s PESA for 2015. The next update will be made after the PESA 2016 is published in late spring or summer 2016.
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