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U.K. | 28 Sept 2020 Recent Public Borrowing Data Flatter to Deceive
Recent estimates of public borrowing have undershot the OBR's expectations, superficially suggesting the Chancellor has greater-than- expected capacity to borrow even more in the winter, if Covid-19 wreaks havoc.

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28 Sept 2020 Recent Public Borrowing Data Flatter to Deceive

By Samuel Tombs

Recent estimates of public borrowing have undershot the OBR's expectations, superficially suggesting the Chancellor has greater-than- expected capacity to borrow even more in the winter, if Covid-19 wreaks havoc.

Posted: 28th Sep 2020 in 'U.K.'

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