Britain’s Chancellor George Osborne delivered the Autumn Statement, a biannual spending review, on Thursday.
The hefty document accompanying it sets out the government’s spending plans and economic forecasts. It includes the below handy pie-chart that sets out exactly how the government plans to spend its planned £4 trillion ($6 trillion) budget up to 2020.
As you can see, spending on health takes up the biggest chunk, followed by the rather broad “Other spending including police, justice, business, energy and environment.” The government has promised above-inflation funding boosts for the NHS up until 2020.
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