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Where the money goes…

Posted June 23rd, 2009

Did you know that in a UK class of 30 at least two of the children will have a parent that is employed by the NHS? The NHS is the fourth largest employer in the world.

In 1987-88 our government total expenditure was £339.9bn compared to £541.8bn in 2007-08. The signs are that this is going to increase dramatically moving on.

The FT Today has an interesting collection of stats regarding the UK expenditure now and in the past. You need to register, but it is free.

These stats are extremely useful when providing training and can be used to demonstrate growth, development, expenditure and excess! We suggest you take a look to find out more.

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