2006 (2006) United Kingdom Budget
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Presented22 March 2006
Parliament54th
PartyLabour
ChancellorGordon Brown
Total revenue£516 billion[1]
Total expenditures£552 billion[1]
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Numbers in italics are projections.
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The 2006 United Kingdom Budget, officially known as Budget 2006: A strong and strengthening economy: Investing in Britain's future was formally delivered by Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown in the House of Commons on 22 March 2006.

Details

Taxes

Receipts 2006-07 Revenues (£bn)
Income Tax 144
National Insurance 90
Value Added Tax (VAT) 76
Corporate Tax 49
Excise duties 40
Council Tax 22
Business rates 21
Other 74
Total Government revenue 516

Spending

Department 2006-07 Expenditure (£bn)
Social protection 151
Health 96
Education 73
Debt interest 27
Defence 29
Public order and safety 32
Personal social services 26
Housing and Environment 19
Transport 21
Industry, agriculture and employment 21
Other 57
Total Government spending 552

References

  1. ^ a b "Budget 2006, A strong and strengthening economy: Investing in Britain's future" (PDF). HM Treasury. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-09-10. Retrieved 2016-03-27.