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These charts and graphs illustrate the UK's current economic landscape.
This chart presents public spending by main function. Total Managed Expenditure (TME) in 2010-11 is expected to be around £697 billion. TME is divided into Departmental Expenditure Limits (DEL) and Annually Managed Expenditure (AME). The source for this graph is data from HM Treasury.
This chart shows the different sources of government revenue. Public sector current receipts are expected to be around £548 billion in 2010-11. The source of this graph is data from the Office for Budget Responsibility.
This graph shows the level of public sector net borrowing as a percentage of GDP in each financial year of the last Parliament. The source for this graph is data from the Office for National Statistics.
This is a graph of the UK’s quarterly percentage growth in GDP over the last ten years. The source for this graph is data from the Office for National Statistics.
This graph shows the difference between the Government’s income and the Government’s spending over the last ten financial years. The source for this graph is data from the Office for National Statistics.