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|Total Public Spending|
in the United Kingdom
Central Government and Local Authority
-5yr -1yr Fiscal Year 2012 +1yr +4yr
|Public Pensions||8% GDP|
|National Health Care||+ 8% GDP|
|State Education||+ 6% GDP|
|Defence||+ 3% GDP|
|Social Security||+ 7% GDP|
|State Protection||+ 2% GDP|
|Transport||+ 1% GDP|
|General Government||+ 1% GDP|
|Other Public Services||+ 5% GDP|
|Public Sector Interest||+ 3% GDP|
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Central government spending data begins in 1692.
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In 1911... at least nine million of the 12 million covered by national insurance were already members of voluntary sick pay schemes. A similar proportion were also eligible for medical care.
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