Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Provisional estimates for current month

Public Sector Finances, April 2012

•a current budget deficit excluding the temporary effects of financial interventions of £12.4 billion in April 2012 •net borrowing excluding the temporary effects of financial interventions of -£16.5 billion (a surplus) in April 2012 •net debt excluding the temporary effects of financial interventions was £1006.3 billion, equivalent to 64.8 per cent of GDP •this month's figures include a large one-off transfer to Government of £28 billion, as part of the transfer of the Royal Mail Pension Plan

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2 thoughts on “Provisional estimates for current month

  • general congreve says:

    Nothing f4cking temporary about ‘temporary effects of financial interventions’, IMO.

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  • The accounting trick with the pensions was really poor.

    I did my accounting course…this is blatant tweaking the numbers. Future generations pick up the bill for Post Office staff while the current government pick up the credit for keeping numbers down.

    Osborne is as slimy as Ed Balls!

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