Public Expenditure 2010-11: Provisional Outturn
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The Treasury today published the Public Expenditure Outturn White Paper (Cm 8133) showing provisional outturn spending for DEL and AME.
The Treasury today published the Public Expenditure Outturn White Paper (Cm 8133) showing provisional outturn spending for Departmental Expenditure Limits (DEL) and Annually Managed Expenditure (AME) in 2010-11.
It also includes information on individual Supply Estimates (the means by which Parliament approves spending) and administration budget limits.
The overall position for 2010-11 shows provisional outturn for Resource DEL (RDEL) excluding depreciation of £325.1 billion resources. The capital DEL outturn was £50.0 billion.
Notes for Editors
HM Treasury reports provisional outturn spending annually to Parliament through the Public Expenditure Outturn White Paper.
This includes provisional outturn for voted spending, RDEL (including and excluding depreciation), AME and administration budgets.
All figures are reported on the basis of the parliamentary and administrative controls in place during 2010-11.
They are therefore prepared on a different basis to numbers in Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses (PESA) 2011 (Cm 8104), also published today.
Data in PESA are reported against the control regime for 2011-12, which incorporates changes, such as machinery of government changes from 1 April 2011 onwards, and the expansion of the administration budget regime to include Arm’s Length Bodies.
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Published: 13 July 2011
From: HM Treasury