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8 comments:

  1. I have just discovered this site and it's a mine of useful info. However, how accurate is the data, and is there an "agenda" behind it? eg anti-Brown (not difficult I know) - is it fully objective and independent?

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  2. The data is a presentation of official government statistics, primarily the HM Treasury annual PESA report.

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  3. Fascinating site: how can this information be used to see spending on the bank bailout?

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  4. Are the projection figures would-be-inflation-adjusted?

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  5. are you sure the northern ireland spending is 90% of the budget 550 billion?

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  6. We are constantly told National debt is 125% of GDP, but where do we find the figures for PFI's, which would surely take it to 800%+?

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  7. Hi there, your data for the welfare spending from 1984-1992 seems abnormally high compared to the rest of the data in other years. Are these numbers accurate? I can't find the exact sources for the data in those years from your links on here.
    ~Thanks!

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  8. Hi Christopher, I'd like to thank you for kindly providing an extremely useful website free of charge. Very much appreciated. I've noted that the Office for National Statistics have changed how their data can be obtained... it's like 'looking for a needle in a haystack' - and I worked for them for 23 years, and I'm struggling to find data ;) Thank you for your hard work :) (Pontypool Lad - aged 49 - lol! )

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