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Only slightly worse than expected (£11.8bn).

June 2010 was £11.4bn

Public sector net borrowing excluding financial interventions (PSNB-X) came in at £13.984 billion in June, up from £13.635 billion in the same month a year ago, and a little higher than the median forecast of £12.6 billion.

The current budget deficit excluding financial interventions rose to £11.801 billion from £11.415 billion over the same period.

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