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Subject: Government Receipts and Expenditure

Latest Publications

  • EU Government Deficit and Debt Return, March 2014 03-Apr-2014
    The estimates in this release have been supplied to the European Commission by ONS in accordance with the schedules in the Excessive Deficit Procedure. Forecasts for future years are provided separately by HM Treasury.
  • National Accounts Classifications, Forward Workplan, March 2014 28-Mar-2014
    This update shows National Accounts classification work planned for the period April 2014 to June 2014 and beyond.
  • Public Sector Finances, February 2014 21-Mar-2014
    The PSF Statistical Bulletin, is published jointly by ONS and HM Treasury on a monthly basis, and provides the latest available measures for key public sector financial statistics such as Public Sector Current Budget (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP. These key indicators are provided on two bases. One set includes the temporary effects of financial interventions made in response to the financial crisis that began in 2007, such as the establishment of public ownership/control of several major banking groups. An alternative set of indicators, the so-called ‘ex-measures’, excludes the temporary effects of financial interventions.
  • UK Gross Domestic Expenditure on Research and Development, 2012 12-Mar-2014
    Estimates of R&D performed by the following four sectors of the economy, as defined in the Frascati manual, Business Enterprise (BERD), Higher Education (HERD), Government (GovERD) which includes Research Councils, and Private Non-Profit (PNP) organisations. All these sectors’ (Business, Government, Higher Education and Private Non-Profit) R&D data are known collectively as GERD, which represents the gross domestic expenditure on R&D in the UK.
  • Public Sector Finances, January 2014 21-Feb-2014
    The PSF Statistical Bulletin, is published jointly by ONS and HM Treasury on a monthly basis, and provides the latest available measures for key public sector financial statistics such as Public Sector Current Budget (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP. These key indicators are provided on two bases. One set includes the temporary effects of financial interventions made in response to the financial crisis that began in 2007, such as the establishment of public ownership/control of several major banking groups. An alternative set of indicators, the so-called ‘ex-measures’, excludes the temporary effects of financial interventions.
  • Public Sector Finances, December 2013 22-Jan-2014
    The PSF Statistical Bulletin, is published jointly by ONS and HM Treasury on a monthly basis, and provides the latest available measures for key public sector financial statistics such as Public Sector Current Budget (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP. These key indicators are provided on two bases. One set includes the temporary effects of financial interventions made in response to the financial crisis that began in 2007, such as the establishment of public ownership/control of several major banking groups. An alternative set of indicators, the so-called ‘ex-measures’, excludes the temporary effects of financial interventions.

Latest Data

  • Government Deficit and Debt Return, March 2014 (Excel sheet 110Kb) 03-Apr-2014
    The UK made part of its EU GNI based contribution (£477 million) in January 2014. The data in this bulletin was published on that basis. Eurostat recently provided guidance that contributions for the most recent year should be recorded in the calendar year 2013. The Maastricht Supplementary Data Tables, Q4 2013 published on the 22nd April 2014 reflect the Eurostat guidance. Included in this workbook are the following: M1. Summary Table M2. General Government Gross Debt at Nominal Value M3. General Government Transactions in Maastricht Debt Instruments M4. Reconciliation of Net Borrowing with Gross Consolidated Debt at Nominal Values M5. Reconciliation of Gross Consolidated Debt at Nominal Values with ESA 95 Balance Sheets M6. Reconciliation of Transactions in Maastricht Debt Instruments with ESA95 financial account M7. Government Deficit under the Maastricht Treaty Reconciliation of versions of net borrowing M8R. Government Deficit and Debt under the Maastricht Treaty Revisions M9. Supplementary Table on the Financial Crisis
  • Revisions Analysis for Government deficit and debt, March 2014 (Excel sheet 90Kb) 03-Apr-2014
    This table shows the statistical significance of the mean revision to key public sector finances (PSF) statistics over a 9 year period.
  • Financial Statistics Monthly, February 2014 (Excel sheet 187Kb) 24-Mar-2014
    Tables Extracted from the Financial Statistics Publication for Net Debt and net cash requirement by sectors - central government, local government & public corporations. This month the tables also include impact analysis of the reclassification of NRAM and B&B on Central Government Net Borrowing / Net Debt. This analysis is an update to tables published as part of the Improving Government statistics article on Public Sector Finances, released in June 2013.
  • Public Sector Finances Supplementary Tables, February 2014 (Excel sheet 5434Kb) 24-Mar-2014
    This document expresses the public sector finances in a matrix form consistent with the latest statistical bulletin. It is possible to generate a matrix table for any quarter, financial year or calendar year back to 1946 by globally editing the formula in the matrix workbook.
  • Appendix A: Public Sector Finances tables 1-12, February 2014 (Excel sheet 223Kb) 21-Mar-2014
    The following tables are attached here: PSF1. Public Sector Summary Balances PSF2. Public Sector Net Borrowing:by sector PSF3A. Central Goverment Accounts: 2013/14 PSF3B. Central Government Accounts:overview PSF3C. Central Government Account: Total Revenue, Total Expenditure and Net borrowing PSF4. Public Sector Net Cash Requirement PSF5A. Central Government Net Cash Requirement PSF5B. Central Government net cash requirement on own account PSF6A. Public Sector Consolidated Gross Debt (nominal values at end of period) PSF6B. Public Sector Net Debt (nominal values at the end of period) PSF7. Public sector finances: current budget net borrowing and net cash requirement PSF8. Public sector finances:Net debt (ex financial interventions) PSF9. Long run fiscal indicators as a percentage of GDP PSF10A. Reconciliation of Public Sector Net Borrowing and Net Cash Requirement PSF10B. Reconciliation of Central Government Net Borrowing and Net Cash Requirement Requirement PSF11A. Reconciliation of PSNB and PSNB ex PSF11B. Reconciliation of PSNB and PSNB ex PSF12R. Public Sector Statistics: revisions since last publication
  • Appendix B: Revisions Analysis for Public Sector Finances, February 2014 (Excel sheet 246Kb) 21-Mar-2014
    An assessment of the statistical significance of the mean revision to key public sector finances (PSF) statistics over a 5 year period.
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