Government borrowing shrinks in July

“Total tax receipts of £70bn in July were above June’s £62.1bn and last July’s total of £60.6bn, another encouraging sign that the economic recovery is feeding through to the public coffers. And government spending dropped from £77.2bn in June to just £73.1bn in July,” she added.

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