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U.K. Documents | 22 November 2017 "Spreadsheet Phil" Unlikely to Alter Austerity Formula
Public sector borrowing still is on course to greatly undershoot the March Budget forecasts this year, despite October's poor figures.

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22 November 2017 "Spreadsheet Phil" Unlikely to Alter Austerity Formula

By Samuel Tombs

Public sector borrowing still is on course to greatly undershoot the March Budget forecasts this year, despite October's poor figures.

Posted: 21st Nov 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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