Government borrowing falls in September

“All those people who had been in the army and the other armed forces came back into employment, tax revenue went up, the government was spending less on armaments – that’s not going to happen now, so I think it is considerably more difficult to bring down the stock of debt to GDP than it was in the aftermath of those earlier wars.”

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