Public sector net borrowing (excluding public sector banks) decreased by £2.5 billion to £32.5 billion in the current financial year-to-date (April 2017 to September 2017), compared with the same period in 2016; this is the lowest year-to-date net borrowing since 2007.
Public sector net borrowing (excluding public sector banks) decreased by £0.7 billion to £5.9 billion in September 2017, compared with September 2016; this is the lowest September net borrowing since 2007.
The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) forecast that public sector net borrowing (excluding public sector banks) will be £58.3 billion during the financial year ending March 2018, an increase of £12.6 billion on the outturn net borrowing in the financial year ending March 2017.
PSA tables 1 to 10 present the data underlying the UK
public sector finances statistical bulletin. Contain detailed
breakdown of public sector net borrowing, net debt and net
cash requirement by sector from the financial year ending
March 1998 to present.
Large events that impact on the UK's current public
sector net borrowing excluding public sector banks
from the period May 2000 onwards. Impacts
are shown for the components of public sector net
borrowing, net cash requirement and net debt.
The UK's report to the European Commission under the Maastricht Treaty showing the actual and planned deficit (net borrowing) and gross debt (all financial liabilities) of central and local government.
This article presents a brief summary of the main developments that we are working on over the next few years to provide a solid information base for regional and local decision-making in this new era of devolved policy-making.