How much gross debt did the EU28 countries have in 2013?
17-Oct-2014Debt of EU28 countries as a percentage of their GDP at the end of 2013 - infographic
Government finances explained: Expenditure and revenue in the last 15 years
17-Feb-2014Why is the public sector current budget important to the UK public?
How public sector debt as a percentage of GDP has grown over the last 10 years
21-Aug-2013UK Public Sector debt and borrowing 1975 to 2013
Public Sector Finances, September 2014
21-Oct-2014Indicators of UK government fiscal performance: Public Sector Current Budget Deficit (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP.
EU Government Deficit and Debt Return, September 2014
17-Oct-2014The 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.
Maastricht Supplementary Data Tables, Q2 2014
17-Oct-2014This document describes the contents of the government finance statistics tables supplied to Eurostat, and is intended as a guide to users of the data. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is required to provide the European statistical agency (Eurostat) with detailed statistical information on government finance statistics, with particular focus on debt and deficit.
National Accounts Classifications, Forward Workplan, September 2014
30-Sep-2014Classification workload for the year to September 2015.
Public Sector Finances, August 2014
23-Sep-2014Indicators of UK government fiscal performance: Public Sector Current Budget Deficit (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP.
Public Sector Finances, July 2014
21-Aug-2014The 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.
Financial Statistics for Public Sector, September 2014 (Excel sheet 94Kb)
22-Oct-2014Public Sector Financial data showing net cash requirement and debt components by sub-sector (central governement, local government and public corporations). Data are consistent with the Public Sector Finances statistical bulletin published the previous day.
Public Sector Finances Borrowing by sub-sector, September 2014 (Excel sheet 879Kb)
22-Oct-2014Public sector finances analytical tables (PSAT) showing transactions related to borrowing by sub-sector. Total Managed Expenditure (TME) is also provided. Data are consistent with the latest statistical bulletin and are available back to 1946.
Appendix A: Public Sector Finances tables 1-10, September 2014 (Excel sheet 5125Kb)
21-Oct-2014The data underlying the Public Sector Finances statistical bulletin are presented in the tables PSA1-10.
Appendix B: Large impacts on Public Sector fiscal measures excluding financial interventions (one off events) (Excel sheet 65Kb)
21-Oct-2014Large events which impact on the current PSNB ex and PSND ex from the period May 2000 onwards. Impacts are shown for the components of public sector net borrowing, net cash requirement and net debt.
Public Sector Finances First Release, September 2014: Dataset
21-Oct-2014Time Series Data for monthly, quarterly and annual figures for public sector finances. These statistics are also available in spreadsheet format for download. The Time Series dataset facility is primarily designed for users who wish to customise their own datasets.
Government Deficit and Debt Return, September 2014 (Excel sheet 126Kb)
17-Oct-2014The 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.