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Share of sub-central spending in 2017, and change between 1995-2017

In 2017, the share of sub-central spending as a percentage of national spending stood at 23.4%, 16 percentage points less than Germany (39.7%) and 45 percentage points less than Canada (68%).While the UK’s share of sub-central revenue has risen at least marginally over the past 20 years, sub-central spending has actually fallen by 3 percentage points since 1995.

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