National Statistics

Country and regional analysis: 2014

Statistical estimates for the allocation of identifiable expenditure between the UK countries and 9 English regions.

Documents

Country and regional analysis November 2014

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Country and regional analysis 2014: database

Country and regional analysis 2014: A tables

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Country and regional analysis 2014: B tables

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The country and regional analysis (CRA) presents statistical estimates for the allocation of identifiable expenditure between the UK countries and 9 English regions. This year’s dataset covers the outturn period 2009-10 to 2013-14.

Published 27 November 2014
Last updated 4 December 2014 + show all updates
  1. database and interactive tables added
  2. A minor revision has been made to tables A.3 and A.4. These tables adjust expenditure using GDP deflators to allow comparisons to be made on a real terms basis. This data has now been corrected to use the GDP deflators based on 6 October National Accounts figures (see Annex E). Data was previously picking up GDP deflators that have now been updated.
  3. First published.