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U.K. Documents | 23 August 2017 Fiscal Restraint, not a Surging Economy, Drove July's Surplus
Yesterday's public finance figures showed that the public sector, excluding public sector banks, ran a surplus of £0.2B in July, a modest improvement on borrowing of £0.4B a year ago.

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23 August 2017 Fiscal Restraint, not a Surging Economy, Drove July's Surplus

By Samuel Tombs

Yesterday's public finance figures showed that the public sector, excluding public sector banks, ran a surplus of £0.2B in July, a modest improvement on borrowing of £0.4B a year ago.

Posted: 22nd Aug 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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