The United Kingdom’s public finances improved in October, as a recovering economy and housing market boosted tax revenues. Borrowing, excluding the cost of interventions such as bank bailouts, fell to £8.08bn in October, down from £8.24bn in the same month last year, the Office for National Statistics said. The fall came despite the £2bn of...
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