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data/PESA tables/Makefile

+	./ > table4.1.json
+	./ > table4.2.json
+	./ > table5.2.json
+	./ > chapter9.json
+	./ > chapter10.json
+	./ *.json

data/PESA tables/chapter10/10.1-Table 1.csv

+"Table 10.1 Total identifiable expenditure on services in England by sub-function, 2003-04 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,£ million,,,,,
+,National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,
+,2003-04    outturn,2004-05    outturn,2005-06    outturn,2006-07    outturn,2007-08 outturn,2008-09 plans,,,,,
+1. General public services,,,,,,,,,,,
+"1.1 Executive and legislative organs, financial and fiscal affairs, external affairs","2,604","2,862","3,068","3,029","2,607","3,277",,,,,
+1.2 Foreign economic aid,19,14,11,9,26,22,,,,,
+1.3 General services,747,867,810,968,776,"1,012",,,,,
+1.4 Basic research,35,80,74,45,0,0,,,,,
+1.5 R&D General public services,13,12,10,11,10,9,,,,,
+1.6 General public services n.e.c.,"1,167","1,743","1,749","1,686","1,785","2,589",,,,,
+Total general public services,"4,584","5,579","5,721","5,747","5,204","6,909",,,,,
+2. Defence,,,,,,,,,,,
+2.1 Military defence,7,-,-,0,2,8,,,,,
+2.2 Civil defence,117,69,67,80,71,62,,,,,
+2.3 Foreign military aid,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+2.4 R&D defence,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+2.5 Defence n.e.c.,0,0,-,-,-,0,,,,,
+Total defence,124,69,67,80,73,70,,,,,
+3. Public order and safety,,,,,,,,,,,
+3.1 Police services,"10,438","11,159","11,983","12,597","12,327","13,405",,,,,
+ of which: immigration and citizenship ,46,34,33,23,16,9,,,,,
+ of which: other police services ,"10,392","11,124","11,950","12,574","12,311","13,396",,,,,
+3.2 Fire-protection services,"1,940","2,059","2,186","2,182","2,365","2,536",,,,,
+3.3 Law courts,"5,261","5,827","5,247","5,372","5,594","5,858",,,,,
+3.4 Prisons,"2,394","2,600","2,967","3,195","3,648","3,775",,,,,
+3.5 R&D Public order and safety,27,44,21,13,22,25,,,,,
+3.6 Public order and safety n.e.c.,222,238,240,240,251,244,,,,,
+Total public order and safety,"20,283","21,927","22,644","23,597","24,207","25,842",,,,,
+4. Economic affairs,,,,,,,,,,,
+"4.1 General economic, commercial and labour affairs","4,861","4,929","5,289","5,166","5,456","5,016",,,,,
+"4.2 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting","3,953","4,162","4,071","3,657","3,455","3,688",,,,,
+ of which: market support under CAP,"2,896","3,174","2,901","2,520","2,323","2,485",,,,,
+" of which: other agriculture, food and fisheries policy","1,000",942,"1,111","1,086","1,077","1,158",,,,,
+ of which: forestry,56,46,59,51,56,45,,,,,
+4.3 Fuel and energy,956,"1,284","1,040","1,164",974,774,,,,,
+"4.4 Mining, manufacturing and construction",-13,-46,72,-23,-185,89,,,,,
+4.5 Transport,"13,264","12,900","13,626","15,650","16,082","17,548",,,,,
+ of which: national roads,"1,777","1,854","2,162","2,625","2,563","2,893",,,,,
+ of which: local roads,"3,380","3,653","3,840","3,762","3,921","4,690",,,,,
+ of which: local public transport,"2,885","2,030","2,353","2,504","2,689","3,422",,,,,
+ of which: railway,"4,985","5,112","4,988","6,427","6,521","6,176",,,,,
+ of which: other transport,239,251,283,333,388,367,,,,,
+4.6 Communication,140,256,215,296,785,660,,,,,
+4.7 Other industries,183,183,180,208,188,200,,,,,
+4.8 R&D Economic affairs,"1,517","1,612","1,938","1,723","2,070","1,889",,,,,
+4.9 Economic affairs n.e.c,387,376,308,358,387,384,,,,,
+Total economic affairs,"25,249","25,656","26,738","28,200","29,213","30,250",,,,,
+5. Environment protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+5.1 Waste management,"2,795","3,114","3,797","4,449","4,613","5,247",,,,,
+5.2 Waste water management,32,32,38,38,12,51,,,,,
+5.3 Pollution abatement,220,200,203,159,143,276,,,,,
+5.4 Protection of biodiversity and landscape,119,161,119,111,179,159,,,,,
+5.5 R&D Environment protection,75,87,94,97,133,218,,,,,
+5.6 Environment protection n.e.c,"1,385","1,671","1,958","2,141","2,187","2,279",,,,,
+Total environment protection,"4,627","5,264","6,209","6,995","7,268","8,231",,,,,
+6. Housing and community amenities,,,,,,,,,,,
+6.1 Housing development,"2,288","3,308","5,112","5,526","6,198","7,402",,,,,
+ of which: local authority housing,442,"1,241","2,964","3,287","3,823","4,168",,,,,
+ of which: other social housing,"1,846","2,067","2,148","2,239","2,374","3,234",,,,,
+6.2 Community development,"1,713","2,064","2,180","2,425","2,726","3,164",,,,,
+6.3 Water supply,16,3,-17,-19,-8,3,,,,,
+6.4 Street lighting,346,363,424,466,513,559,,,,,
+6.5 R&D Housing and community amenities,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+6.6 Housing and community amenities n.e.c,78,82,89,90,88,95,,,,,
+Total housing and community amenities,"4,441","5,821","7,788","8,488","9,516","11,224",,,,,
+7. Health (1),,,,,,,,,,,
+Medical services,"59,534","66,559","72,092","75,643","81,897","89,946",,,,,
+Health research,160,168,198,230,217,446,,,,,
+Central and other health services,"1,057","1,057",913,955,944,933,,,,,
+Total health,"60,751","67,784","73,204","76,828","83,058","91,324",,,,,
+"8. Recreation, culture and religion",,,,,,,,,,,
+8.1 Recreational and sporting services,"2,056","2,111","2,267","2,342","2,393","2,833",,,,,
+8.2 Cultural services,"2,728","2,681","2,983","2,950","3,001","3,088",,,,,
+8.3 Broadcasting and publishing services,8,9,8,9,8,8,,,,,
+8.4 Religious and other community services,82,81,79,79,92,77,,,,,
+"8.5 R&D Recreation, culture and religion",2,1,72,96,118,118,,,,,
+"8.6 Recreation, culture and religion n.e.c",30,35,39,47,53,59,,,,,
+"Total recreation, culture and religion","4,907","4,918","5,448","5,523","5,664","6,184",,,,,
+9. Education,,,,,,,,,,,
+9.1 Pre-primary and primary education,"17,152","18,104","19,372","19,809","21,176","22,354",,,,,
+ of which: under fives,"3,414","3,762","3,958","3,746","4,012","4,270",,,,,
+ of which: primary education,"13,739","14,342","15,414","16,063","17,164","18,085",,,,,
+9.2 Secondary education,"15,156","16,617","17,910","18,934","20,201","21,011",,,,,
+9.3 Post-secondary non-tertiary education,"5,855","5,922","6,185","6,720","6,893","6,932",,,,,
+9.4 Tertiary education,"6,595","7,002","7,850","8,185","9,373","9,929",,,,,
+9.5 Education not definable by level,"1,818","1,946","1,959","1,933","2,235","3,040",,,,,
+9.6 Subsidiary services to education,"2,475","2,698","2,910","2,998","3,150","3,523",,,,,
+9.7 R&D education,12,17,14,14,12,16,,,,,
+9.8 Education n.e.c,"1,075","1,183","1,198","1,254","1,299","1,685",,,,,
+Total education,"50,138","53,490","57,397","59,847","64,340","68,490",,,,,
+10. Social protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"27,658","30,093","32,098","34,290","36,280","38,721",,,,,
+10.1 Sickness and disability,"22,077","23,162","24,305","25,225","26,509","28,964",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"4,238","4,697","5,180","5,419","5,995","6,287",,,,,
+" of which: incapacity, disability and injury benefits","17,839","18,465","19,125","19,806","20,514","22,677",,,,,
+10.2 Old age,"50,445","54,077","56,774","59,092","63,455","68,782",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"5,803","6,562","7,086","7,438","7,712","8,216",,,,,
+ of which: pensions,"44,642","47,515","49,688","51,654","55,743","60,566",,,,,
+10.3 Survivors ,"1,519","1,482","1,482","1,444","1,435","1,459",,,,,
+10.4  Family and children,"21,947","22,426","22,718","22,926","24,041","23,179",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"4,201","4,703","5,204","5,484","5,792","5,972",,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits","17,746","17,723","17,514","17,442","18,249","17,207",,,,,
+10.5 Unemployment,"3,320","3,054","2,992","3,576","3,349","3,634",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,951,"1,028",802,"1,278","1,261","1,261",,,,,
+ of which: other unemployment benefits,"2,369","2,026","2,191","2,298","2,088","2,373",,,,,
+10.6 Housing,"7,992","9,580","10,712","11,789","12,827","15,023",,,,,
+10.7 Social exclusion n.e.c ,"14,103","14,642","15,333","16,236","17,090","18,813",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"12,465","13,103","13,826","14,671","15,519","16,987",,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits","1,637","1,538","1,507","1,565","1,571","1,827",,,,,
+10.8 R&D social protection,-,2,1,0,-,-,,,,,
+10.9 Social protection n.e.c.,"3,588","3,450","3,369","2,484","2,151","2,009",,,,,
+Total social protection,"124,991","131,875","137,686","142,771","150,857","161,863",,,,,
+Total Expenditure on Services in England,"300,093","322,384","342,903","358,076","379,399","410,388",,,,,
+(1) The level of detail required for COFOG level 2 is not yet available.  Health spending is therefore presented using HM Treasury's own sub-functional classification.,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter10/10.2-Table 1.csv

+"Table 10.2 Total identifiable expenditure on services in Scotland by sub-function, 2002-03 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,£ million,,,,,
+,National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,
+,2003-04    outturn,2004-05    outturn,2005-06    outturn,2006-07    outturn,2007-08 outturn,2008-09 plans,,,,,
+1. General public services,,,,,,,,,,,
+"1.1 Executive and legislative organs, financial and fiscal affairs, external affairs",695,704,654,675,715,708,,,,,
+1.2 Foreign economic aid,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+1.3 General services,18,21,22,25,25,32,,,,,
+1.4 Basic research,38,39,53,77,54,90,,,,,
+1.5 R&D General public services,16,15,19,19,10,13,,,,,
+1.6 General public services n.e.c.,186,221,459,268,204,390,,,,,
+Total general public services,952,"1,001","1,207","1,065","1,007","1,233",,,,,
+2. Defence,,,,,,,,,,,
+2.1 Military defence,-,-,-,0,0,0,,,,,
+2.2 Civil defence,3,6,6,7,7,4,,,,,
+2.3 Foreign military aid,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+2.4 R&D defence,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+2.5 Defence n.e.c.,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+Total defence,3,6,6,7,7,5,,,,,
+3. Public order and safety,,,,,,,,,,,
+3.1 Police services,938,"1,015","1,174","1,126","1,183","1,457",,,,,
+ of which: immigration and citizenship ,5,3,3,2,2,1,,,,,
+ of which: other police services ,933,"1,012","1,171","1,124","1,181","1,456",,,,,
+3.2 Fire-protection services,222,239,265,273,282,402,,,,,
+3.3 Law courts,386,389,394,403,433,433,,,,,
+3.4 Prisons,254,294,297,323,289,389,,,,,
+3.5 R&D Public order and safety,1,1,1,1,2,2,,,,,
+3.6 Public order and safety n.e.c.,28,23,24,59,53,54,,,,,
+Total public order and safety,"1,828","1,961","2,155","2,186","2,242","2,738",,,,,
+4. Economic affairs,,,,,,,,,,,
+"4.1 General economic, commercial and labour affairs",733,686,712,730,756,730,,,,,
+"4.2 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting",642,651,635,663,746,820,,,,,
+ of which: market support under CAP,416,450,443,449,479,518,,,,,
+" of which: other agriculture, food and fisheries policy",191,159,147,129,184,215,,,,,
+ of which: forestry,35,42,45,85,83,86,,,,,
+4.3 Fuel and energy,70,113,135,116,78,48,,,,,
+"4.4 Mining, manufacturing and construction",14,28,40,20,82,123,,,,,
+4.5 Transport,"1,654","1,612","1,828","2,707","2,827","2,766",,,,,
+ of which: national roads,354,341,390,481,451,428,,,,,
+ of which: local roads,458,486,598,651,626,641,,,,,
+ of which: local public transport,79,71,71,238,246,263,,,,,
+ of which: railway,511,443,455,"1,072","1,192","1,109",,,,,
+ of which: other transport,252,272,313,266,313,325,,,,,
+4.6 Communication,30,34,45,40,88,61,,,,,
+4.7 Other industries,59,69,81,79,85,83,,,,,
+4.8 R&D Economic affairs,228,250,318,258,398,345,,,,,
+4.9 Economic affairs n.e.c,239,237,203,204,216,191,,,,,
+Total economic affairs,"3,670","3,681","3,995","4,818","5,276","5,166",,,,,
+5. Environment protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+5.1 Waste management,487,562,938,682,688,830,,,,,
+5.2 Waste water management,0,0,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+5.3 Pollution abatement,4,8,2,1,4,6,,,,,
+5.4 Protection of biodiversity and landscape,85,89,97,148,123,127,,,,,
+5.5 R&D Environment protection,13,12,16,16,15,34,,,,,
+5.6 Environment protection n.e.c,154,170,194,142,203,228,,,,,
+Total environment protection,742,841,"1,246",988,"1,033","1,225",,,,,
+6. Housing and community amenities,,,,,,,,,,,
+6.1 Housing development,936,677,715,874,950,918,,,,,
+ of which: local authority housing,341,270,323,292,357,562,,,,,
+ of which: other social housing,595,407,392,581,593,356,,,,,
+6.2 Community development,74,94,104,116,119,147,,,,,
+6.3 Water supply,213,174,547,661,619,589,,,,,
+6.4 Street lighting,8,8,9,8,8,10,,,,,
+6.5 R&D Housing and community amenities,11,15,14,9,8,7,,,,,
+6.6 Housing and community amenities n.e.c,15,18,17,12,43,14,,,,,
+Total housing and community amenities,"1,258",986,"1,406","1,679","1,746","1,685",,,,,
+7. Health (1),,,,,,,,,,,
+Medical services,"7,270","7,596","8,438","8,906","9,603","9,912",,,,,
+Health research,28,29,32,37,42,121,,,,,
+Central and other health services,61,76,92,92,81,207,,,,,
+Total health,"7,359","7,701","8,562","9,035","9,727","10,241",,,,,
+"8. Recreation, culture and religion",,,,,,,,,,,
+8.1 Recreational and sporting services,429,435,463,500,524,543,,,,,
+8.2 Cultural services,374,425,443,463,472,491,,,,,
+8.3 Broadcasting and publishing services,18,19,21,24,11,11,,,,,
+8.4 Religious and other community services,19,20,20,21,19,18,,,,,
+"8.5 R&D Recreation, culture and religion",0,0,6,9,8,8,,,,,
+"8.6 Recreation, culture and religion n.e.c",0,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,,,,,
+"Total recreation, culture and religion",840,898,952,"1,015","1,033","1,070",,,,,
+9. Education,,,,,,,,,,,
+9.1 Pre-primary and primary education,"2,085","2,252","2,428","2,584","2,731","2,770",,,,,
+ of which: under fives,240,256,276,289,307,330,,,,,
+ of which: primary education,"1,845","1,995","2,152","2,294","2,423","2,440",,,,,
+9.2 Secondary education,"1,621","1,741","1,872","1,998","1,980","2,045",,,,,
+9.3 Post-secondary non-tertiary education,553,618,651,761,820,762,,,,,
+9.4 Tertiary education,"1,023","1,092","1,165","1,382","1,454","1,484",,,,,
+9.5 Education not definable by level,158,163,167,125,79,27,,,,,
+9.6 Subsidiary services to education,14,24,22,14,15,214,,,,,
+9.7 R&D education,27,25,19,23,19,3,,,,,
+9.8 Education n.e.c,207,224,240,243,253,356,,,,,
+Total education,"5,689","6,138","6,565","7,129","7,350","7,661",,,,,
+10. Social protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"2,154","2,341","2,449","2,374","2,796","2,975",,,,,
+10.1 Sickness and disability,"2,878","3,002","3,131","3,130","3,348","3,745",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,485,539,587,522,674,765,,,,,
+" of which: incapacity, disability and injury benefits","2,393","2,463","2,544","2,608","2,673","2,980",,,,,
+10.2 Old age,"5,773","6,065","6,297","6,424","7,016","7,618",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,944,"1,013","1,049",949,"1,132","1,220",,,,,
+ of which: pensions,"4,830","5,052","5,248","5,475","5,884","6,398",,,,,
+10.3 Survivors ,146,194,190,187,192,195,,,,,
+10.4  Family and children,"2,462","2,523","2,560","2,601","2,773","2,587",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,516,568,637,663,748,745,,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits","1,946","1,954","1,923","1,938","2,025","1,842",,,,,
+10.5 Unemployment,408,376,306,376,334,362,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,108,114,66,126,121,120,,,,,
+ of which: other unemployment benefits,299,261,241,251,213,242,,,,,
+10.6 Housing,"1,439","1,500","1,547","1,574","1,614","1,778",,,,,
+10.7 Social exclusion n.e.c ,961,"1,110","1,214","1,299","1,391","1,609",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,102,106,110,114,121,125,,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits",859,"1,004","1,104","1,185","1,271","1,484",,,,,
+10.8 R&D social protection,0,0,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+10.9 Social protection n.e.c.,398,444,450,361,319,270,,,,,
+Total social protection,"14,465","15,214","15,697","15,952","16,988","18,164",,,,,
+Total Expenditure on Services in Scotland,"36,805","38,427","41,792","43,875","46,409","49,188",,,,,
+(1) The level of detail required for COFOG level 2 is not yet available.  Health spending is therefore presented using HM Treasury's own sub-functional classification.,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter10/10.3-Table 1.csv

+"Table 10.3 Total identifiable expenditure on services in Wales by sub-function, 2003-04 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,£ million,,,,,
+,National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,
+,2003-04    outturn,2004-05    outturn,2005-06    outturn,2006-07    outturn,2007-08 outturn,2008-09 plans,,,,,
+1. General public services,,,,,,,,,,,
+"1.1 Executive and legislative organs, financial and fiscal affairs, external affairs",367,384,420,525,537,606,,,,,
+1.2 Foreign economic aid,-,-,-,0,-,1,,,,,
+1.3 General services,18,20,22,23,30,38,,,,,
+1.4 Basic research,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+1.5 R&D General public services,1,1,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+1.6 General public services n.e.c.,296,100,167,101,126,141,,,,,
+Total general public services,681,505,609,650,693,786,,,,,
+2. Defence,,,,,,,,,,,
+2.1 Military defence,-,-,-,0,0,0,,,,,
+2.2 Civil defence,2,3,3,3,3,4,,,,,
+2.3 Foreign military aid,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+2.4 R&D defence,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+2.5 Defence n.e.c.,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+Total defence,2,3,3,3,4,5,,,,,
+3. Public order and safety,,,,,,,,,,,
+3.1 Police services,565,564,637,687,677,801,,,,,
+ of which: immigration and citizenship ,3,2,2,1,1,1,,,,,
+ of which: other police services ,562,562,636,685,676,801,,,,,
+3.2 Fire-protection services,147,145,160,172,166,213,,,,,
+3.3 Law courts,319,341,303,309,315,327,,,,,
+3.4 Prisons,128,140,165,164,193,207,,,,,
+3.5 R&D Public order and safety,1,2,1,1,1,1,,,,,
+3.6 Public order and safety n.e.c.,12,13,13,13,14,14,,,,,
+Total public order and safety,"1,173","1,206","1,279","1,346","1,366","1,564",,,,,
+4. Economic affairs,,,,,,,,,,,
+"4.1 General economic, commercial and labour affairs",272,274,417,442,481,492,,,,,
+"4.2 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting",308,232,364,406,393,424,,,,,
+ of which: market support under CAP,239,154,276,305,222,240,,,,,
+" of which: other agriculture, food and fisheries policy",44,50,42,53,149,160,,,,,
+ of which: forestry,25,27,46,48,22,24,,,,,
+4.3 Fuel and energy,182,152,175,144,101,54,,,,,
+"4.4 Mining, manufacturing and construction",11,14,24,14,5,3,,,,,
+4.5 Transport,719,805,849,887,940,921,,,,,
+ of which: national roads,148,159,157,184,191,194,,,,,
+ of which: local roads,234,254,310,338,329,311,,,,,
+ of which: local public transport,64,60,79,68,112,115,,,,,
+ of which: railway,235,292,267,260,272,266,,,,,
+ of which: other transport,37,40,36,37,36,34,,,,,
+4.6 Communication,225,239,130,68,72,74,,,,,
+4.7 Other industries,48,55,34,27,26,23,,,,,
+4.8 R&D Economic affairs,47,51,67,59,78,80,,,,,
+4.9 Economic affairs n.e.c,205,227,206,209,128,141,,,,,
+Total economic affairs,"2,016","2,048","2,267","2,256","2,223","2,213",,,,,
+5. Environment protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+5.1 Waste management,180,203,233,372,306,342,,,,,
+5.2 Waste water management,3,3,1,1,1,1,,,,,
+5.3 Pollution abatement,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+5.4 Protection of biodiversity and landscape,7,8,10,5,7,9,,,,,
+5.5 R&D Environment protection,3,4,4,3,8,9,,,,,
+5.6 Environment protection n.e.c,162,174,181,197,139,151,,,,,
+Total environment protection,355,392,428,579,462,511,,,,,
+6. Housing and community amenities,,,,,,,,,,,
+6.1 Housing development,124,95,191,215,197,888,,,,,
+ of which: local authority housing,71,127,197,221,227,887,,,,,
+ of which: other social housing,54,-31,-5,-5,-29,1,,,,,
+6.2 Community development,143,159,184,200,257,256,,,,,
+6.3 Water supply,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+6.4 Street lighting,26,26,30,31,34,36,,,,,
+6.5 R&D Housing and community amenities,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+6.6 Housing and community amenities n.e.c,0,0,0,21,21,21,,,,,
+Total housing and community amenities,294,281,405,467,509,"1,201",,,,,
+7. Health (1),,,,,,,,,,,
+Medical services,"3,980","4,297","4,575","4,914","5,227","5,398",,,,,
+Health research,23,23,29,34,37,48,,,,,
+Central and other health services,10,14,45,35,39,43,,,,,
+Total health,"4,013","4,333","4,650","4,984","5,303","5,489",,,,,
+"8. Recreation, culture and religion",,,,,,,,,,,
+8.1 Recreational and sporting services,173,234,232,267,324,279,,,,,
+8.2 Cultural services,201,192,210,210,222,215,,,,,
+8.3 Broadcasting and publishing services,80,91,90,96,84,89,,,,,
+8.4 Religious and other community services,6,6,7,7,6,6,,,,,
+"8.5 R&D Recreation, culture and religion",0,0,2,2,2,3,,,,,
+"8.6 Recreation, culture and religion n.e.c",13,19,17,23,23,24,,,,,
+"Total recreation, culture and religion",474,543,556,605,661,616,,,,,
+9. Education,,,,,,,,,,,
+9.1 Pre-primary and primary education,990,"1,053","1,100","1,243","1,328","1,377",,,,,
+ of which: under fives,219,239,224,238,292,310,,,,,
+ of which: primary education,771,814,876,"1,005","1,036","1,067",,,,,
+9.2 Secondary education,842,893,933,904,941,972,,,,,
+9.3 Post-secondary non-tertiary education,540,590,640,555,588,595,,,,,
+9.4 Tertiary education,372,383,393,436,445,438,,,,,
+9.5 Education not definable by level,72,96,100,89,105,98,,,,,
+9.6 Subsidiary services to education,245,269,298,321,416,465,,,,,
+9.7 R&D education,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+9.8 Education n.e.c,44,47,18,138,129,152,,,,,
+Total education,"3,106","3,330","3,482","3,686","3,953","4,099",,,,,
+10. Social protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"1,297","1,402","1,510","1,535","1,673","1,734",,,,,
+10.1 Sickness and disability,"2,110","2,183","2,276","2,339","2,418","2,665",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,324,357,399,429,484,508,,,,,
+" of which: incapacity, disability and injury benefits","1,786","1,826","1,877","1,909","1,934","2,157",,,,,
+10.2 Old age,"3,188","3,424","3,597","3,751","4,037","4,379",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,448,465,494,518,537,551,,,,,
+ of which: pensions,"2,740","2,959","3,103","3,233","3,501","3,827",,,,,
+10.3 Survivors ,103,102,101,100,100,103,,,,,
+10.4  Family and children,"1,392","1,422","1,448","1,462","1,512","1,464",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,261,294,361,380,391,391,,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits","1,131","1,127","1,087","1,082","1,121","1,074",,,,,
+10.5 Unemployment,193,177,153,192,189,208,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,61,64,31,69,71,70,,,,,
+ of which: other unemployment benefits,132,113,123,123,118,137,,,,,
+10.6 Housing,626,650,671,710,750,799,,,,,
+10.7 Social exclusion n.e.c ,758,865,934,900,"1,009","1,173",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,204,221,225,139,191,214,,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits",554,644,708,762,818,960,,,,,
+10.8 R&D social protection,-,0,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+10.9 Social protection n.e.c.,153,164,179,136,121,153,,,,,
+Total social protection,"8,522","8,987","9,358","9,589","10,135","10,944",,,,,
+Total Expenditure on Services in Wales,"20,636","21,626","23,037","24,164","25,309","27,427",,,,,
+(1) The level of detail required for COFOG level 2 is not yet available.  Health spending is therefore presented using HM Treasury's own sub-functional classification.,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter10/10.4-Table 1.csv

+"Table 10.4 Total identifiable expenditure on services in Northern Ireland by sub-function, 2003-04 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,£ million,,,,,
+,National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,
+,2003-04    outturn,2004-05    outturn,2005-06    outturn,2006-07    outturn,2007-08    outturn,2008-09 plans,,,,,
+1. General public services,,,,,,,,,,,
+"1.1 Executive and legislative organs, financial and fiscal affairs, external affairs",157,163,169,194,148,217,,,,,
+1.2 Foreign economic aid,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+1.3 General services,181,166,197,217,208,48,,,,,
+1.4 Basic research,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+1.5 R&D General public services,0,0,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+1.6 General public services n.e.c.,15,17,17,21,17,24,,,,,
+Total general public services,353,346,384,432,372,289,,,,,
+2. Defence,,,,,,,,,,,
+2.1 Military defence,-,-,-,0,0,0,,,,,
+2.2 Civil defence,0,0,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+2.3 Foreign military aid,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+2.4 R&D defence,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+2.5 Defence n.e.c.,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+Total defence,0,0,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+3. Public order and safety,,,,,,,,,,,
+3.1 Police services,724,767,782,768,770,750,,,,,
+ of which: immigration and citizenship ,2,1,1,1,1,0,,,,,
+ of which: other police services ,723,766,781,767,770,750,,,,,
+3.2 Fire-protection services,56,68,64,74,77,85,,,,,
+3.3 Law courts,130,176,134,155,160,157,,,,,
+3.4 Prisons,123,120,148,130,142,128,,,,,
+3.5 R&D Public order and safety,0,0,0,0,1,1,,,,,
+3.6 Public order and safety n.e.c.,145,112,127,153,153,148,,,,,
+Total public order and safety,"1,179","1,244","1,254","1,280","1,302","1,268",,,,,
+4. Economic affairs,,,,,,,,,,,
+"4.1 General economic, commercial and labour affairs",357,382,360,333,349,444,,,,,
+"4.2 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting",383,402,534,473,472,539,,,,,
+ of which: market support under CAP,205,200,329,251,251,258,,,,,
+" of which: other agriculture, food and fisheries policy",168,195,199,216,217,273,,,,,
+ of which: forestry,10,7,6,5,4,8,,,,,
+4.3 Fuel and energy,5,12,17,11,20,15,,,,,
+"4.4 Mining, manufacturing and construction",0,0,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+4.5 Transport,331,333,355,385,521,543,,,,,
+ of which: national roads,14,12,11,12,13,17,,,,,
+ of which: local roads,221,241,254,237,294,339,,,,,
+ of which: local public transport,81,61,62,98,157,127,,,,,
+ of which: railway,3,2,2,3,1,8,,,,,
+ of which: other transport,12,16,27,36,56,53,,,,,
+4.6 Communication,4,14,7,10,23,22,,,,,
+4.7 Other industries,0,0,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+4.8 R&D Economic affairs,61,70,70,62,78,67,,,,,
+4.9 Economic affairs n.e.c,23,22,22,19,13,19,,,,,
+Total economic affairs,"1,164","1,235","1,366","1,293","1,476","1,650",,,,,
+5. Environment protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+5.1 Waste management,109,113,125,140,170,185,,,,,
+5.2 Waste water management,-,24,31,32,-,-,,,,,
+5.3 Pollution abatement,-4,-,-,-,-,0,,,,,
+5.4 Protection of biodiversity and landscape,4,5,4,5,6,8,,,,,
+5.5 R&D Environment protection,1,-,0,0,4,0,,,,,
+5.6 Environment protection n.e.c,53,56,71,69,54,57,,,,,
+Total environment protection,164,197,231,247,234,250,,,,,
+6. Housing and community amenities,,,,,,,,,,,
+6.1 Housing development,299,372,425,370,498,413,,,,,
+ of which: local authority housing,230,277,296,236,318,241,,,,,
+ of which: other social housing,70,95,130,134,180,172,,,,,
+6.2 Community development,73,102,86,104,139,168,,,,,
+6.3 Water supply,257,308,350,326,372,505,,,,,
+6.4 Street lighting,15,17,19,15,19,18,,,,,
+6.5 R&D Housing and community amenities,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+6.6 Housing and community amenities n.e.c,65,67,76,74,102,76,,,,,
+Total housing and community amenities,710,866,956,889,"1,130","1,179",,,,,
+7. Health (1),,,,,,,,,,,
+Medical services,"2,156","2,339","2,503","2,733","2,943","3,105",,,,,
+Health research,48,40,43,42,45,71,,,,,
+Central and other health services,95,67,84,83,81,79,,,,,
+Total health,"2,299","2,446","2,630","2,858","3,070","3,255",,,,,
+"8. Recreation, culture and religion",,,,,,,,,,,
+8.1 Recreational and sporting services,138,151,156,140,192,216,,,,,
+8.2 Cultural services,130,132,154,149,167,156,,,,,
+8.3 Broadcasting and publishing services,0,0,0,-,0,0,,,,,
+8.4 Religious and other community services,0,1,0,1,1,1,,,,,
+"8.5 R&D Recreation, culture and religion",-,-,1,1,1,1,,,,,
+"8.6 Recreation, culture and religion n.e.c",12,15,18,22,26,26,,,,,
+"Total recreation, culture and religion",282,298,329,313,386,400,,,,,
+9. Education,,,,,,,,,,,
+9.1 Pre-primary and primary education,505,492,533,539,561,609,,,,,
+ of which: under fives,26,22,25,25,24,26,,,,,
+ of which: primary education,479,470,508,514,537,583,,,,,
+9.2 Secondary education,594,621,671,690,699,748,,,,,
+9.3 Post-secondary non-tertiary education,546,573,568,625,710,743,,,,,
+9.4 Tertiary education,268,298,307,297,316,326,,,,,
+9.5 Education not definable by level,7,5,4,3,-6,-13,,,,,
+9.6 Subsidiary services to education,130,133,130,136,146,146,,,,,
+9.7 R&D education,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+9.8 Education n.e.c,16,15,25,21,4,5,,,,,
+Total education,"2,066","2,138","2,238","2,310","2,430","2,564",,,,,
+10. Social protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,651,696,725,772,812,888,,,,,
+10.1 Sickness and disability,"2,090","2,420","2,423","2,500","2,602","2,882",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,645,682,710,741,782,855,,,,,
+" of which: incapacity, disability and injury benefits","1,445","1,738","1,714","1,759","1,820","2,027",,,,,
+10.2 Old age,"1,713","1,784","1,883","2,000","2,290","2,303",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,0,0,0,0,0,0,,,,,
+ of which: pensions,"1,713","1,784","1,883","2,000","2,290","2,303",,,,,
+10.3 Survivors ,39,37,35,41,39,42,,,,,
+10.4  Family and children,576,412,433,458,503,505,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,5,14,15,31,30,33,,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits",570,399,419,427,473,472,,,,,
+10.5 Unemployment,100,93,86,78,69,60,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+ of which: other unemployment benefits,100,93,86,78,69,60,,,,,
+10.6 Housing,313,336,334,432,446,488,,,,,
+10.7 Social exclusion n.e.c ,350,403,436,473,508,600,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits",350,403,436,473,508,600,,,,,
+10.8 R&D social protection,-,-,-,-,-,-,,,,,
+10.9 Social protection n.e.c.,17,15,11,15,6,8,,,,,
+Total social protection,"5,197","5,502","5,641","5,997","6,463","6,887",,,,,
+Total Expenditure on Services in Northern Ireland,"13,414","14,272","15,030","15,618","16,863","17,742",,,,,
+(1) The level of detail required for COFOG level 2 is not yet available.  Health spending is therefore presented using HM Treasury's own sub-functional classification.,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter10/Chapter 10 index-Table 1.csv

+PESA 2009 Command Paper - Chapter 10 tables,,,,,,,,,
+"Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses (PESA) 2009, published June 2009",,,,,,,,,
+Chapter 10 - Public sector expenditure by country and sub-function,,,,,,,,,
+"Table 10.1 Total identifiable expenditure on services in England by sub-function, 2003-04 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,
+"Table 10.2 Total identifiable expenditure on services in Scotland by sub-function, 2002-03 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,
+"Table 10.3 Total identifiable expenditure on services in Wales by sub-function, 2003-04 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,
+"Table 10.4 Total identifiable expenditure on services in Northern Ireland by sub-function, 2003-04 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter4/4.1-Table 1.csv

+"Table 4.1 Public expenditure aggregates, 1967-68 to 2010-11",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+Outturn data in this table up to 2007-08 fall within the scope of National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+,Public sector current expenditure,,,Depreciation,,Public sector net investment,,,,Total Managed Expenditure,,,,,,,
+£ billion","Real terms(1)
+£ billion","Per cent
+of GDP","Nominal
+£ billion",,"Nominal
+£ billion","Real terms(1)
+£ billion","Per cent
+of GDP",,"Nominal
+£ billion","Real terms(1)
+£ billion","Per cent
+of GDP",,,,,
+"(1) Real terms figures are the nominal figures adjusted to 2007-08 price levels using GDP deflators. For years 1967-68 to 2007-08 deflators are calculated from the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (released 22 April 2009). From 2008-09, deflators are consistent with the April 2009 Financial Statement and Budget Report.",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter4/4.2-Table 1.csv

+"Table 4.2 Public sector expenditure on services by function, 1987-88 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,,,,,,"cash, £billion",,,,,,,,,,,"accruals, £billion",,,,
+,National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+1. General public services,25.2,26.2,28.2,28.3,27.1,28.2,30.0,33.0,36.5,37.7,39.2,40.0,37.3,39.0,36.4,36.2,39.4,42.9,46.1,48.0,50.5,53.5,,,,
+ of which: public and common services,3.6,3.9,4.9,5.3,5.9,6.0,6.0,6.2,6.3,6.5,6.4,7.5,8.2,8.2,9.4,10.0,11.2,12.4,13.1,13.0,12.5,14.8,,,,
+ of which: international services,1.9,2.1,2.3,2.5,2.9,3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.1,3.1,3.2,3.7,4.2,4.3,4.5,5.1,5.5,6.2,6.3,6.7,7.2,,,,
+ of which: public sector debt interest,19.7,20.2,20.9,20.5,18.3,19.0,20.8,23.5,26.8,28.1,29.7,29.4,25.4,26.6,22.7,21.7,23.0,24.9,26.8,28.6,31.2,31.5,,,,
+2. Defence,19.1,19.4,21.0,22.0,23.2,23.8,23.5,23.3,22.5,22.1,21.7,24.5,25.1,25.7,25.4,27.0,28.8,29.8,30.9,32.1,33.6,37.1,,,,
+3. Public order and safety,8.0,8.8,10.1,11.5,13.0,14.2,14.8,15.4,15.7,16.2,16.9,17.8,18.1,20.1,22.8,24.2,26.1,28.2,29.0,30.2,31.4,33.9,,,,
+4. Economic affairs,19.0,18.7,19.6,21.6,21.4,23.3,23.8,23.9,23.4,23.3,21.5,19.6,21.5,23.8,27.8,30.8,33.1,33.7,35.5,37.8,39.2,39.9,,,,
+ of which: enterprise and economic development,6.5,6.7,7.0,6.9,5.4,5.4,5.5,4.7,4.5,4.3,4.3,3.1,4.4,4.9,5.1,5.9,6.0,6.6,6.6,6.6,7.0,5.6,,,,
+ of which: science and technology,1.0,1.1,1.1,1.2,1.3,1.4,1.5,1.1,1.2,1.4,1.4,1.4,1.4,1.4,1.7,2.1,2.3,2.5,2.9,2.8,3.2,3.2,,,,
+ of which: employment policies,3.0,2.7,2.3,2.4,2.7,2.9,3.1,3.2,3.1,2.8,2.5,2.9,3.5,3.8,3.3,3.0,3.2,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.3,3.2,,,,
+" of which: agriculture, fisheries and forestry",2.2,2.0,1.9,2.7,2.8,2.9,3.8,3.4,3.9,5.4,4.7,4.4,4.3,4.7,6.3,4.9,5.3,5.4,5.6,5.2,5.0,5.5,,,,
+ of which: transport,6.4,6.3,7.3,8.3,9.2,10.8,10.0,11.5,10.9,9.5,8.7,7.8,7.9,9.0,11.3,14.8,16.3,16.0,17.0,20.0,20.7,22.3,,,,
+5. Environment protection,2.4,2.6,2.9,3.2,3.4,3.6,3.4,3.8,4.1,3.7,4.0,4.3,4.9,5.1,5.4,6.0,6.2,7.0,8.5,9.3,9.4,10.5,,,,
+6. Housing and community amenities,4.6,3.6,5.3,6.0,6.8,7.1,6.2,6.2,6.0,5.7,4.9,5.5,4.7,5.5,6.2,5.4,6.7,8.0,10.6,11.5,12.9,15.2,,,,
+7. Health,20.3,22.4,24.2,27.1,30.9,34.2,36.6,39.4,41.4,42.8,44.5,46.9,49.4,54.2,59.8,66.2,74.9,82.9,89.6,94.5,102.0,110.5,,,,
+"8. Recreation, culture and religion",3.5,3.8,4.3,4.8,5.0,5.1,5.1,5.2,5.5,5.7,6.4,7.2,7.7,7.8,8.6,9.3,9.7,10.0,10.8,11.4,12.2,13.4,,,,
+9. Education,21.2,23.1,25.9,28.1,31.3,33.2,34.7,36.2,37.0,37.8,38.6,40.0,42.2,45.9,51.2,54.7,61.0,65.1,69.7,72.9,78.1,82.8,,,,
+10. Social protection,55.1,56.8,61.3,68.2,80.2,91.1,98.3,102.0,107.6,112.8,114.5,115.2,123.0,128.5,137.4,145.3,155.6,164.1,171.1,177.2,187.5,203.9,,,,
+EU transactions,-1.6,-2.5,-1.5,-2.3,-4.1,-3.4,-4.7,-4.3,-4.1,-5.2,-3.7,-2.6,-2.7,-2.6,-4.8,-1.9,-2.1,-0.9,-0.6,-1.8,-1.5,-2.9,,,,
+Public sector expenditure on services,176.8,183.0,201.1,218.4,238.2,260.5,271.6,284.1,295.8,302.5,308.5,318.5,331.2,353.1,376.2,403.4,439.5,470.8,501.1,523.0,555.3,596.9,,,,
+Accounting adjustments,6.5,7.7,9.1,9.1,16.0,13.7,14.7,15.1,15.6,13.4,13.5,12.4,11.8,10.9,13.0,17.8,16.1,21.7,23.1,27.1,27.4,23.8,,,,
+Total Managed Expenditure,183.3,190.7,210.2,227.5,254.2,274.2,286.3,299.2,311.4,315.9,322.0,330.9,343.0,364.0,389.2,421.1,455.6,492.5,524.2,550.1,582.7,620.7,,,,
+(1) Includes allowance for shortfall and departmental unallocated provision.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter4/4.3-Table 1.csv

+"Table 4.3    Public sector expenditure on services by function in real terms(1), 1987-88 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,,,,,,"cash, £billion",,,,,,,,,,,"accruals, £billion"
+,National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+1. General public services,49.2,47.9,48.0,44.7,40.5,40.8,42.3,45.8,49.3,49.0,49.6,49.7,45.4,46.8,42.7,41.2,43.6,46.2,48.6,49.3,50.5,52.3
+ of which: public and common services,7.0,7.2,8.3,8.4,8.8,8.7,8.5,8.5,8.5,8.4,8.1,9.3,10.0,9.8,11.1,11.4,12.4,13.4,13.8,13.4,12.5,14.4
+ of which: international services,3.7,3.8,4.0,4.0,4.4,4.5,4.6,4.6,4.6,4.0,3.9,4.0,4.5,5.1,5.0,5.1,5.7,6.0,6.6,6.5,6.7,7.0
+ of which: public sector debt interest,38.5,36.8,35.7,32.4,27.3,27.6,29.3,32.6,36.1,36.6,37.7,36.4,30.9,32.0,26.6,24.8,25.5,26.9,28.3,29.4,31.2,30.8
+2. Defence,37.3,35.5,35.8,34.7,34.6,34.5,33.1,32.3,30.3,28.7,27.5,30.4,30.5,30.9,29.9,30.8,31.9,32.1,32.6,33.0,33.6,36.2
+3. Public order and safety,15.6,16.2,17.2,18.2,19.4,20.6,20.8,21.3,21.2,21.1,21.4,22.1,22.1,24.2,26.8,27.5,28.9,30.4,30.6,31.0,31.4,33.1
+4. Economic affairs,37.1,34.1,33.5,34.2,32.0,33.8,33.6,33.1,31.6,30.4,27.3,24.3,26.1,28.6,32.7,35.1,36.6,36.3,37.5,38.9,39.2,38.9
+ of which: enterprise and economic development,12.7,12.2,11.9,11.0,8.1,7.8,7.7,6.5,6.0,5.6,5.5,3.8,5.4,5.9,6.0,6.8,6.7,7.1,7.0,6.8,7.0,5.5
+ of which: science and technology,2.0,1.9,1.9,1.9,1.9,2.1,2.1,1.6,1.6,1.8,1.7,1.7,1.7,1.7,2.0,2.4,2.5,2.6,3.1,2.9,3.2,3.2
+ of which: employment policies,5.8,4.9,4.0,3.8,4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4,4.1,3.6,3.1,3.6,4.3,4.5,3.9,3.4,3.5,3.4,3.5,3.4,3.3,3.1
+" of which: agriculture, fisheries and forestry",4.3,3.7,3.3,4.3,4.2,4.2,5.3,4.7,5.2,7.1,6.0,5.5,5.2,5.6,7.4,5.6,5.8,5.8,5.9,5.3,5.0,5.4
+ of which: transport,12.4,11.4,12.4,13.2,13.7,15.6,14.1,15.9,14.7,12.3,11.0,9.7,9.6,10.9,13.3,16.9,18.0,17.3,18.0,20.5,20.7,21.7
+5. Environment protection,4.7,4.8,5.0,5.1,5.1,5.2,4.7,5.3,5.6,4.8,5.1,5.4,6.0,6.1,6.4,6.8,6.9,7.5,8.9,9.5,9.4,10.2
+6. Housing and community amenities,8.9,6.5,9.0,9.4,10.1,10.2,8.8,8.6,8.2,7.5,6.2,6.8,5.7,6.6,7.3,6.2,7.4,8.6,11.1,11.8,12.9,14.8
+7. Health,39.5,41.0,41.3,42.8,46.1,49.5,51.6,54.7,55.9,55.6,56.4,58.3,60.2,65.2,70.3,75.4,82.9,89.4,94.6,97.1,102.0,107.9
+"8. Recreation, culture and religion",6.8,7.0,7.3,7.6,7.4,7.4,7.2,7.3,7.4,7.4,8.1,8.9,9.4,9.3,10.1,10.6,10.7,10.7,11.4,11.7,12.2,13.0
+9. Education,41.4,42.3,44.2,44.4,46.8,48.0,48.9,50.3,49.9,49.1,48.9,49.7,51.3,55.2,60.2,62.3,67.6,70.2,73.6,75.0,78.1,80.8
+10. Social protection,107.5,103.8,104.5,107.8,119.7,132.0,138.5,141.5,145.2,146.7,145.1,143.0,149.7,154.4,161.5,165.4,172.3,176.9,180.7,182.1,187.5,199.1
+EU transactions,-3.1,-4.6,-2.6,-3.6,-6.1,-4.9,-6.6,-5.9,-5.5,-6.7,-4.7,-3.3,-3.3,-3.1,-5.7,-2.1,-2.3,-1.0,-0.6,-1.9,-1.5,-2.9
+Public sector expenditure on services,345.0,334.5,343.1,345.3,355.6,377.2,382.9,394.3,399.0,393.5,391.0,395.2,403.1,424.2,442.1,459.2,486.5,507.3,529.1,537.6,555.3,582.7
+Accounting adjustments,12.6,14.0,15.5,14.4,23.9,19.9,20.7,21.0,21.0,17.4,17.1,15.4,14.4,13.1,15.2,20.2,17.8,23.4,24.4,27.8,27.4,23.2
+Total Managed Expenditure,357.6,348.5,358.6,359.7,379.5,397.1,403.5,415.2,420.0,410.8,408.1,410.6,417.5,437.3,457.4,479.5,504.3,530.7,553.5,565.4,582.7,606.0
+(1) Real terms figures are the nominal figures adjusted to 2007-08 price levels using GDP deflators. For years 1967-68 to 2007-08 deflators are calculated from the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (released 22 March 2009). GDP for 2008--09 is consistent with the April 2009 Financial Statement and Budget Report.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+(2) Includes allowance for shortfall and departmental unallocated provision.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter4/4.4-Table 1.csv

+"Table 4.4    Public sector expenditure on services by function as a per cent of GDP(1), 1987-88 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,,,,,,based on cash,,,,,,,,,,,based on accruals
+,National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+1. General public services,5.7,5.3,5.2,4.9,4.5,4.5,4.5,4.7,4.9,4.8,4.6,4.5,4.0,3.9,3.5,3.3,3.4,3.5,3.6,3.6,3.6,3.7
+ of which: public and common services,0.8,0.8,0.9,0.9,1.0,1.0,0.9,0.9,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.9,0.8,0.9,0.9,1.0,1.0,1.0,1.0,0.9,1.0
+ of which: international services,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5
+ of which: public sector debt interest,4.5,4.1,3.9,3.5,3.0,3.0,3.1,3.3,3.6,3.5,3.5,3.3,2.7,2.7,2.2,2.0,2.0,2.1,2.1,2.1,2.2,2.2
+2. Defence,4.3,4.0,3.9,3.8,3.8,3.8,3.5,3.3,3.0,2.8,2.6,2.7,2.7,2.6,2.5,2.5,2.5,2.5,2.4,2.4,2.4,2.6
+3. Public order and safety,1.8,1.8,1.9,2.0,2.1,2.3,2.2,2.2,2.1,2.0,2.0,2.0,1.9,2.0,2.2,2.2,2.3,2.3,2.3,2.2,2.2,2.4
+4. Economic affairs,4.3,3.8,3.7,3.8,3.5,3.7,3.6,3.4,3.1,2.9,2.6,2.2,2.3,2.4,2.7,2.8,2.9,2.8,2.8,2.8,2.8,2.8
+ of which: enterprise and economic development,1.5,1.4,1.3,1.2,0.9,0.9,0.8,0.7,0.6,0.5,0.5,0.3,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.4
+ of which: science and technology,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.1,0.1,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2,0.2
+ of which: employment policies,0.7,0.6,0.4,0.4,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.4,0.3,0.3,0.3,0.4,0.4,0.3,0.3,0.3,0.3,0.3,0.2,0.2,0.2
+" of which: agriculture, fisheries and forestry",0.5,0.4,0.4,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.6,0.5,0.5,0.7,0.6,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.6,0.5,0.5,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.4,0.4
+ of which: transport,1.4,1.3,1.4,1.4,1.5,1.7,1.5,1.6,1.5,1.2,1.0,0.9,0.8,0.9,1.1,1.4,1.4,1.3,1.3,1.5,1.5,1.5
+5. Environment protection,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.6,0.6,0.6,0.5,0.5,0.6,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.6,0.7,0.7,0.7,0.7
+6. Housing and community amenities,1.0,0.7,1.0,1.0,1.1,1.1,0.9,0.9,0.8,0.7,0.6,0.6,0.5,0.6,0.6,0.5,0.6,0.7,0.8,0.9,0.9,1.1
+7. Health,4.6,4.6,4.5,4.7,5.1,5.5,5.5,5.6,5.6,5.4,5.3,5.3,5.2,5.5,5.8,6.1,6.5,6.8,7.1,7.0,7.2,7.7
+"8. Recreation, culture and religion",0.8,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.7,0.7,0.7,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.8,0.9,0.8,0.8,0.9,0.8,0.9,0.9
+9. Education,4.8,4.7,4.8,4.9,5.2,5.3,5.2,5.2,5.0,4.8,4.6,4.5,4.5,4.6,5.0,5.0,5.3,5.4,5.5,5.4,5.5,5.8
+10. Social protection,12.5,11.6,11.4,11.8,13.2,14.5,14.8,14.5,14.5,14.2,13.6,12.9,13.0,13.0,13.3,13.3,13.5,13.5,13.5,13.2,13.2,14.2
+EU transactions,-0.4,-0.5,-0.3,-0.4,-0.7,-0.5,-0.7,-0.6,-0.5,-0.7,-0.4,-0.3,-0.3,-0.3,-0.5,-0.2,-0.2,-0.1,0.0,-0.1,-0.1,-0.2
+Public sector expenditure on services,40.1,37.3,37.5,37.9,39.2,41.5,40.8,40.4,39.8,38.2,36.6,35.8,35.1,35.7,36.5,36.9,38.0,38.8,39.5,38.9,39.1,41.5
+Accounting adjustments,1.5,1.6,1.7,1.6,2.6,2.2,2.2,2.1,2.1,1.7,1.6,1.4,1.2,1.1,1.3,1.6,1.4,1.8,1.8,2.0,1.9,1.7
+Total Managed Expenditure,41.6,38.9,39.2,39.4,41.9,43.7,43.1,42.6,41.8,39.9,38.2,37.2,36.3,36.8,37.7,38.6,39.4,40.6,41.3,40.9,41.0,43.1
+(1) For years 1987-88 to 2007-08 using GDP consistent with the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (published 22 April 2009).  GDP for 2008-09 is consistent with the April 2009 Financial Statement and Budget Report.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+(2) Includes allowance for shortfall and departmental unallocated provision.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter4/Chapter 4 index-Table 1.csv

+PESA 2009 Command Paper - Chapter 4 tables,,,,,,
+"Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses (PESA) 2009, published June 2009",,,,,,
+Chapter 4 - Trends in public sector expenditure ,,,,,,
+Table 4.1,"Table 4.1 Public expenditure aggregates, 1967-68 to 2010-11",,,,,
+Table 4.2,"Table 4.2  Public sector expenditure on services by function, 1987-88 to 2008-09",,,,,
+Table 4.3,"Table 4.3  Public sector expenditure on services by function in real terms, 1987-88 to 2008-09",,,,,
+Table 4.4,"Table 4.4  Public sector expenditure on services by function as a per cent of GDP, 1987-88 to 2008-09",,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter5/5.1-Table 1.csv

+"Table 5.1 Public sector expenditure on services by departmental group(1) and function, 2007-08",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,"accruals, £ million"
+"                             Function
+group",National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
+,1. General public services, of which: public and common services, of which: international services, of which: public sector debt interest,2. Defence,3. Public order and safety,4. Economic affairs, of which: enterprise and economic development, of which: science and technology, of which: employment policies," of which: agriculture, fisheries and forestry", of which: transport,5. Environment protection,6. Housing and community amenities,7. Health,"8. Recreation, culture and religion",9. Education,10. Social protection,EU transactions,Public sector expenditure on services for each department
+"Children, Schools and Families",-5,-5,-,-,-,109,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,10,-,"50,591","6,986",-,"57,691"
+"Innovation, Universities and Skills",-,-,-,-,-,-,"2,766",22,"2,726",18,-,-,368,-,495,127,"13,728",-406,-,"17,079"
+Communities and Local Government,"3,867","3,863",4,-,21,"2,495","2,671","2,671",-,-,-,-,69,"8,696",-,-,-,"1,937",-,"19,756"
+Home Office,-,-,-,-,-,"15,482",74,-,-,-,-,74,-,299,-,11,-,1,-,"15,867"
+Law Officers' Departments,-,-,-,-,-,731,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,2,-,733
+Foreign and Commonwealth Office,"1,969",-,"1,969",-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,"1,969"
+International Development,"4,643",-,"4,643",-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,112,-,"4,755"
+Energy and Climate Change,58,-,58,-,-,1,"1,237","1,226",-,0,11,-,"1,746",-,-,-,-,0,-,"3,043"
+"Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform",0,0,0,-,-,-,"1,389","1,289",39,61,0,1,9,1,-,-,-,297,-,"1,697"
+"Environment, Food and Rural Affairs",-,-,-,-,-,-,"3,387",107,12,-,"3,268",-,"5,652",-8,-,960,1,0,-,"9,991"
+"Culture, Media and Sport",72,45,26,-,-,-,176,176,-,-,-,-,113,40,113,"9,147",113,-332,-,"9,443"
+Work and Pensions,356,356,-,-,-,-,"2,983",12,-1,"2,972",-,-,-,2,-,-,-,"126,098",-,"129,438"
+Northern Ireland Executive,355,355,-,-,-,79,"1,382",210,46,163,461,502,226,"1,132","2,950",354,"2,428","5,501",-,"14,407"
+Northern Ireland Office,29,29,-,-,-,"1,042",-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,60,-,"1,130"
+Chancellor's Departments,"36,205","4,956",-,"31,249",-,-,144,-3,147,-,-,-,1,-,-,-,-,"26,271","-1,505","61,117"
+Cabinet Office,386,386,-,-,"1,577",-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,1,726,-,"2,689"
+Independent Bodies,693,693,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,2,-,695
+Public sector expenditure on services for each function,"50,469","12,475","6,745","31,249","33,585","31,386","39,184","6,950","3,207","3,282","5,003","20,742","9,439","12,906","102,015","12,181","78,098","187,546","-1,505","555,304"
+"(1) Includes local government spending, which is allocated to the most relevant departmental group.",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

data/PESA tables/chapter5/5.2-Table 1.csv

+"Table 5.2 Public sector expenditure on services by sub-function, 2003-04 to 2008-09",,,,,,,,,,,
+,,,,,,£ million,,,,,
+,National Statistics,,,,,,,,,,
+1. General public services,,,,,,,,,,,
+"1.1 Executive and legislative organs, financial and fiscal affairs, external affairs","10,062","11,027","11,447","11,494","11,300","12,400",,,,,
+1.2 Foreign economic aid,"3,496","3,581","4,227","4,338","4,638","4,973",,,,,
+1.3 General services,975,"1,094","1,060","1,244","1,052","1,327",,,,,
+1.4 Basic research,73,119,127,122,54,90,,,,,
+1.5 R&D general public services,30,28,30,30,21,22,,,,,
+1.6 General public services n.e.c.,"1,704","2,134","2,413","2,106","2,156","3,180",,,,,
+1.7 Public debt transactions(1),"23,044","24,918","26,752","28,641","31,249","31,530",,,,,
+ of which: central government debt interest ,"22,280","23,933","25,807","27,579","29,960","30,466",,,,,
+ of which: local government debt interest ,236,385,440,520,692,627,,,,,
+ of which: public corporation debt interest ,528,600,505,542,597,437,,,,,
+Total general public services,"39,384","42,902","46,056","47,975","50,469","53,521",,,,,
+2. Defence,,,,,,,,,,,
+2.1 Military defence,"24,708","24,929","26,411","27,465","27,620","30,746",,,,,
+2.2 Civil defence,122,78,77,90,81,85,,,,,
+2.3 Foreign military aid,"1,281",903,"1,155","1,689","2,704","3,599",,,,,
+2.4 R&D defence,474,588,566,621,637,554,,,,,
+2.5 Defence n.e.c.,"2,234","3,256","2,710","2,284","2,543","2,124",,,,,
+Total defence,"28,818","29,754","30,918","32,149","33,585","37,108",,,,,
+3. Public order and safety,,,,,,,,,,,
+3.1 Police services,"14,306","15,312","16,186","16,864","17,206","18,830",,,,,
+ of which: immigration and citizenship,"1,695","1,848","1,649","1,714","1,767","1,898",,,,,
+ of which: other police services,"12,611","13,464","14,537","15,150","15,439","16,932",,,,,
+3.2 Fire-protection services,"2,365","2,511","2,675","2,701","2,887","3,240",,,,,
+3.3 Law courts,"6,122","6,764","6,111","6,274","6,541","6,824",,,,,
+3.4 Prisons,"2,898","3,156","3,577","3,812","4,240","4,520",,,,,
+3.5 R&D public order and safety,30,48,23,14,26,27,,,,,
+3.6 Public order and safety n.e.c.,420,400,421,489,485,479,,,,,
+Total public order and safety,"26,141","28,192","28,993","30,154","31,386","33,919",,,,,
+4. Economic affairs,,,,,,,,,,,
+"4.1 General economic, commercial and labour affairs","6,410","6,453","6,971","6,873","7,216","5,776",,,,,
+"4.2 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting","5,263","5,428","5,586","5,156","5,003","5,539",,,,,
+ of which: market support under CAP,"3,756","3,978","3,950","3,526","3,271","3,752",,,,,
+" of which: other agriculture, food and fisheries policy","1,381","1,328","1,481","1,441","1,569","1,617",,,,,
+ of which: forestry,126,122,156,189,162,170,,,,,
+4.3 Fuel and energy,"1,221","1,568","1,359","1,443","1,177",909,,,,,
+"4.4 Mining, manufacturing and construction",12,-4,136,12,-98,209,,,,,
+4.5 Transport,"16,278","16,022","17,039","19,972","20,742","22,267",,,,,
+ of which: national roads,"2,268","2,352","2,705","3,286","3,201","3,516",,,,,
+ of which: local roads,"4,259","4,599","4,963","4,946","5,120","5,954",,,,,
+ of which: local public transport,"3,111","2,223","2,567","2,909","3,205","3,926",,,,,
+ of which: railway,"5,916","6,055","5,921","7,945","8,181","7,859",,,,,
+ of which: other transport,725,794,882,886,"1,035","1,012",,,,,
+4.6 Communication,425,560,426,467,858,829,,,,,
+4.7 Other industries,291,308,295,315,300,306,,,,,
+4.8 R&D economic affairs,"2,302","2,454","2,925","2,775","3,207","3,237",,,,,
+4.9 Economic affairs n.e.c.,881,883,762,816,779,791,,,,,
+Total economic affairs,"33,083","33,673","35,499","37,829","39,184","39,862",,,,,
+5. Environment protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+5.1 Waste management,"3,564","3,984","5,077","5,636","5,789","6,453",,,,,
+5.2 Waste water management,36,58,70,71,35,51,,,,,
+5.3 Pollution abatement,244,230,227,176,154,316,,,,,
+5.4 Protection of biodiversity and landscape,326,352,348,490,447,482,,,,,
+5.5 R&D environment protection,307,304,332,342,370,410,,,,,
+5.6 Environment protection n.e.c.,"1,747","2,062","2,401","2,547","2,645","2,749",,,,,
+Total environment protection,"6,223","6,991","8,456","9,262","9,439","10,461",,,,,
+6. Housing and community amenities,,,,,,,,,,,
+6.1 Housing development,"3,567","4,225","6,017","6,828","7,660","9,312",,,,,
+ of which: local authority housing,"1,089","1,948","3,783","4,040","4,732","5,996",,,,,
+ of which: other social housing,"2,478","2,277","2,235","2,787","2,928","3,317",,,,,
+6.2 Community development,"2,090","2,680","2,983","3,006","3,434","3,938",,,,,
+6.3 Water supply,487,485,880,968,983,"1,101",,,,,
+6.4 Street lighting,396,415,482,521,573,627,,,,,
+6.5 R&D housing and community amenities,11,15,14,9,8,7,,,,,
+6.6 Housing and community amenities n.e.c.,152,161,175,191,248,201,,,,,
+Total housing and community amenities,"6,702","7,981","10,552","11,521","12,906","15,186",,,,,
+7. Health(2),,,,,,,,,,,
+Medical services,"72,940","80,791","87,609","92,195","99,526","107,686",,,,,
+Medical research,471,475,482,609,582,836,,,,,
+Central and other health services,"1,503","1,671","1,492","1,704","1,907","1,974",,,,,
+Total health,"74,915","82,936","89,583","94,509","102,015","110,497",,,,,
+"8. Recreation, culture and religion",,,,,,,,,,,
+8.1 Recreational and sporting services,"2,802","2,944","3,130","3,478","3,999","5,122",,,,,
+8.2 Cultural services,"3,594","3,574","3,984","3,988","4,162","4,218",,,,,
+8.3 Broadcasting and publishing services,"3,084","3,270","3,431","3,566","3,662","3,654",,,,,
+8.4 Religious and other community services,107,107,105,107,116,102,,,,,
+"8.5 R&D recreation, culture and religion",2,1,81,109,130,149,,,,,
+"8.6 Recreation, culture and religion n.e.c.",62,74,82,110,111,114,,,,,
+"Total recreation, culture and religion","9,652","9,969","10,813","11,359","12,181","13,358",,,,,
+9. Education,,,,,,,,,,,
+9.1 Pre-primary and primary education,"20,747","21,911","23,448","24,190","25,807","27,129",,,,,
+ of which: under fives,"3,738","4,113","4,305","4,107","4,425","4,708",,,,,
+ of which: primary education,"17,009","17,798","19,143","20,084","21,381","22,421",,,,,
+9.2 Secondary education,"18,094","19,666","21,144","22,156","23,459","24,224",,,,,
+9.3 Post-secondary non-tertiary education(3),"7,134","7,315","7,669","8,281","8,547","8,827",,,,,
+9.4 Tertiary education,"8,319","8,841","9,793","10,308","11,675","12,342",,,,,
+9.5 Education not definable by level,"2,055","2,210","2,229","2,150","2,413","2,888",,,,,
+9.6 Subsidiary services to education,"2,861","3,119","3,360","3,469","3,703","4,358",,,,,
+9.7 R&D education,39,42,33,37,31,19,,,,,
+9.8 Education n.e.c.,"1,778","2,022","2,035","2,346","2,464","3,000",,,,,
+Total education,"61,027","65,125","69,710","72,937","78,098","82,787",,,,,
+10. Social protection,,,,,,,,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"21,078","23,245","24,673","26,153","27,726","29,278",,,,,
+10.1 Sickness and disability,"29,289","30,909","32,274","33,332","35,048","38,376",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"5,822","6,536","7,094","7,389","8,046","8,432",,,,,
+" of which: incapacity, disability and injury benefits","23,466","24,373","25,180","25,943","27,003","29,944",,,,,
+10.2 Old age,"63,233","67,547","70,851","73,762","79,602","87,404",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"7,194","8,040","8,629","8,905","9,381","9,984",,,,,
+of which: pensions,"56,039","59,507","62,222","64,857","70,222","77,420",,,,,
+10.3 Survivors,"1,840","1,852","1,846","1,811","1,808","1,807",,,,,
+10.4  Family and children,"26,336","26,748","27,137","27,405","28,713","28,102",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"4,983","5,579","6,217","6,558","6,966","7,253",,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits","21,354","21,169","20,920","20,847","21,747","20,849",,,,,
+10.5 Unemployment,"4,070","3,755","3,589","4,282","4,007","4,958",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"1,170","1,261",949,"1,533","1,519","1,565",,,,,
+ of which: other unemployment benefits,"2,900","2,494","2,640","2,749","2,488","3,393",,,,,
+10.6 Housing,"14,810","15,559","16,349","17,355","18,293","20,064",,,,,
+10.7 Social exclusion n.e.c.,"11,765","13,566","14,927","16,128","17,397","20,815",,,,,
+ of which: personal social services,"1,908","1,829","1,784","1,769","1,814","2,043",,,,,
+" of which: family benefits, income support and tax credits(4)","9,857","11,737","13,143","14,360","15,583","18,772",,,,,
+10.8 R&D social protection,0,2,1,0,0,0,,,,,
+10.9 Social protection n.e.c.,"4,270","4,192","4,124","3,076","2,677","2,382",,,,,
+Total social protection,"155,614","164,130","171,097","177,151","187,546","203,909",,,,,
+EU transactions(5),,,,,,,,,,,
+GNI-based contribution (net of abatement and collection costs),"2,957","4,361","3,856","4,071","4,785","2,378",,,,,
+   derived as:,,,,,,,,,,,
+"   EC gross contribution pre-abatement and after 
+   deduction of collection costs","11,371","12,183","11,780","12,245","13,746","13,155",,,,,