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Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses 2018

HM Treasury statistical data setting out the year's information on government spending.

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Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses (PESA) 2018 complete document, including annexes (print)

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Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses (PESA) is the yearly publication of information on government spending. It brings together recent outturn data, estimates for the latest year, and spending plans for the rest of the current spending review period.

PESA is based on data from departmental budgets and total expenditure on services, or TES. The budgeting framework deals with spending within central government department budgets, which is how the government plans and controls spending. Total expenditure on services (TES) represents the spending required to deliver services – what is known as the capital expenditure of the public sector.

Published 19 July 2018