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BUDGET 2017    

Deficit much lower this year

   

   
   
   
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The deficit is likely to be considerably lower this year than the OBR anticipated last November owing to one-off factors and timing effects.

The OBR believe the Chancellor remains on course to meet Government targets for structural borrowing and net debt, but not balance the public finances “at the earliest possible date in the next Parliament”.

   
   
   

   
   
Autumn Statement 2016    

Fiscal targets relaxed to allow modest giveaway

   
   
   
   
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The Chancellor has relaxed Government's fiscal targets to create space for modest infrastructure spending over the next five years.

In the view of the Office for Budget Responsibility the economy is weaker following the EU referendum and together with weaker than expected income tax revenue this means that the budget is no longer expected to be in balance before the end of this Parliament, with around £20 billion annual deficit remaining in 2020-21.

   
   

   
   
BUDGET 2016    

Weaker outlook for UK economy
cuts in tax and spending

   
   
   
   
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Despite a weaker outlook for the economy and tax revenues, the Chancellor has announced a net tax cut and new spending commitments.    
   

   
Autumn Statement 2015    

Budget surplus of £10bn in 2019/20

   
   
   
   
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Government eases public spending and reverses tax cuts after OBR reappraise outlook for tax revenues higher and debt interest lower    
   

   
   
BUDGET 2015    

Government pushes deficit down and eases austerity

   
   
   
   
The OBR have revised down deficit forecasts and expect the debt-to-GDP ratio to fall a year earlier but increase public spending as a share of GDP later in the next Parliament.

The forecast is for the budget to be in balance by 2018-19.

   
   
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