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Borrowing increases in August, as across the board increase in tax receipts offset by higher government spending.
George Osborne's aim to cut borrowing and return the UK economy to fiscal health took at further knock this week as ONS data shows the budget shortfall gap had widened in last month, with the Treasury borrowing £11.6bn, compared with £11bn in August 2013, despite an increase in tax receipts collected in.
Following an ONS review of Britain's public finances, the produced for August reflect changes made in the way the figures are calculated and presented. The borrowing figures have been brought in line with pan-European accounting standards, meaning Network Rail has been reclassified as part of central government. The debt and borrowing of the Bank of England's Asset Purchase Facility, known as quantitative easing, is included in the standard measure also, however bank bailouts are not.
Using previous method of calculation, which stripped out all distortions, the deficit was an even larger at £12.5bn, compared with £11.7bn a year earlier
This means the Treasury has borrowed £45.4bn so far this year, £2.6bn more compared with the same period last year. On an unrevised basis previous method of calculating, the year-to-date deficit increased to £49.2bn from £46.7bn a year earlier.
Despite an increased monthly deficit, an across the board increase in tax receipts in August was seen, which included a 2.4% rise in income tax to £11.3bn, a 17.2% increase in corporation tax, to £1.5bn. The amount of stamp duty on land, shares and property also went up by 24.1% to £1.3bn, as the housing market gained slight momentum.
The increase in revenues was offset though by a £1.7bn rise in central government spending.
Other figures included:
UK debt interest went up more than a fifth to £4.2bn in August largely due to the accounting changes.
Pension and other benefit payments increased to £0.2bn to £16.3bn.
Government capital spending also increased by 22.7% to £22.3bn.
Local government borrowing increased by £0.1bn to £1.9bn.
The ONS also reported tax receipts are broadly higher this financial year, the ONS said, with income tax up £0.5bn to £60.4bn, and VAT receipts up 4.6pc to £51.4bn.
The accounting changes also increased the size of Britain's debt pile to more than £1.43 trillion in August, 7.2% higher than at the end of August 2013.
The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), which is the Government's fiscal watchdog, warned last month that weaker earnings growth and an increase in the personal allowance to £10,000 this April may have a downside effect to income tax and national insurance receipts for the rest of this fiscal year.
The OBR will issue revised borrowing forecasts on 5th December 2014, at the same time as the Autumn Statement is presented. more ....