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Data for Table 1 and Figure 1
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Public sector expenditure on health, UKAverage real annual growth rate of public sector expenditure on health in the UK by political administration/Prim Minister, UK, 1992/93 - 2009/10 (2009/10 prices)
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Prime Minister (c) Years (d)Nominal expenditure (£ billion)Real expenditure (£ billion)Real expenditure (per capita) (£) (e) Real GDP
(£ billion)
Real expenditure as % of GDPAnnual growth rate (%) (f) Real expenditure on health as % Real TME (g)Real expenditure on health as % of real expentiure on public services (h)Volume expenditure (£ billion) (i)Volume annual growth (%)
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Thatcher/Major1991/9230.9 46.9817.3922.75.112.213.059.9
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Major1992/9334.2 50.4875.3924.45.57.412.513.161.13.5
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1993/9436.6 52.5909.7953.95.54.212.813.563.23.5
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1994/9539.4 55.6961.7993.95.66.013.213.966.34.9
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1995/9641.4 56.8979.51021.55.62.113.314.067.01.0
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1996/9742.8 56.7974.31056.55.4-0.313.514.167.40.6
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Blair (1)1997/9844.5 57.3983.41085.05.31.213.814.468.92.2
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1998/9946.9 59.61019.11129.35.33.914.214.769.81.3
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1999/0049.4 61.51048.11175.85.23.214.414.970.40.8
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2000/0154.2 67.21141.61224.25.59.314.915.374.15.3
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Blair (2)2001/0259.8 72.81232.01259.45.88.315.415.977.85.0
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2002/0366.2 78.61324.41269.96.17.915.716.483.27.0
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2003/0474.9 87.11426.11341.16.510.816.517.089.57.5
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2004/0582.9 93.71565.51373.26.87.616.817.695.97.1
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Blair (3) 2005/0689.8 99.51651.01413.17.06.217.117.9100.24.5
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2006/0794.7 101.51675.61431.87.12.117.218.1101.91.7
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Brown2007/08102.3 107.21757.71497.67.25.617.618.4106.95.0
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2008/09110.0 111.91822.51454.47.74.417.518.2110.73.5
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2009/10118.3 118.31914.51401.18.45.717.718.4118.36.9
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Sources
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HM Treasury Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses 2011 (October)
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Notes
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GDP is consistent with the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (published 25 October 2011) - supplied by HM Treasury Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses 2011 (October)
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GDP deflators: HM Treasury Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses 2011 (October)
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HCHS pay and price deflator (with 2009/10 base year) calculated using pay and price inflation figures supplied by DH
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a. Total expenditure on health excludes spending on Personal Social Services
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b. The real public expenditure on health series has been constructed using the GDP deflator published in HM Treasury based on 2010-11 priceswith a base year changed from 2010/11 to 2009/10
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c. Time in office: Margaret Thatcher 4 May 1979 – 28 November 1990 (1st term 4 May 1979-June 1983, 2nd term June 1983-June 1987,
3rd term June 1987-November 1990); John Major: 28 November 1990 (election in April 1992) - 2 May 1997; Tony Blair: 2 May 1997 - 27 June 2007 (1st term 1997-2001, 2nd term 2001-2005 and 3rd term 2005-2007); Gordon Brown 27 June 2007 - 11 May 2010
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d. All years are reported as financial years
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e. The estimated resident population of an area includes all people of all ages who usually live there, whatever their nationality.
People arriving into an area from outside the UK are only included in the population estimates if their total stay in the UK is 12 months or more.
Visitors and short term migrants (those who enter the UK for 3 to 12 months for certain purposes) are not included. Similarly, people who leave
the UK are only excluded from the population estimates if they remain outside the UK for 12 months or more. This is consistent with the United
Nations recommended definition of an international long-term migrant. Members of UK and non-UK armed forces stationed in the UK are included
in the population and UK forces stationed outside the UK are excluded. Students are taken to be resident at their term time address. Population
figures for the United Kingdom do not include the population of the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.
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f. Annual growth = Year on year percentage growth rate in real terms health expenditure, arythmetic average
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g. TME = Total Managed Expenditure, includes expenditure on Pubic Services, accounting adjustments and EU transactions
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h. Total Expenditure on Public Services excludes accounting adjustments
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Table 1