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UK government spend£694,888,000,000£695,000,000,000http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/pespub_natstats_july2012.htm2011-12
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UK population62,641,00063,000,000http://databank.worldbank.org/
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UK per capita government spend£11,093£11,000
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UK per capita deficit£119,300,000,000£1,904.50£1,900http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/psa/public-sector-finances/august-2012/stb---august-2012.html
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breakdown
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pensions and benefits£242,277,000,000£3,867.71£3,900http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/pespub_natstats_july2012.htm'social protection' budget
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healthcare£121,202,000,000£1,934.87£1,900'health' budget
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education£63,068,000,000£1,006.82£1,000'education' budget
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defence£45,537,000,000£726.95£700'defence' budget
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other£222,804,000,000£3,556.84£3,500total spend, minus the above, rounded to give the true total of £11,000
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check sum£11,000
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science spending: summary stats
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Total public R&D investment£160https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/science-engineering-and-technology-set-statistics-2012(see below)
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Health£33
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Energy£5from energy spend calculated below, UK + EU, which is much larger than the £1 suggested by the SET numbers
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Defence£27
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Other£100
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% of UK government spending1.46%
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science spending: the politics
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'science budget'£4,575,906,000£73.05£75http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/biscore/science/docs/a/10-1356-allocation-of-science-and-research-funding-2011-2015
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capital spending on science£514,000,000£8.21£82011–12 figure...a significant cut from the 2010–11 figure of £873m
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Total public R&D investment£10,171,000,000£162.37£160http://www.bis.gov.uk/policies/science/science-funding/set-statsAll below are from SET stats too% on socio-economic objectives
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in percent1.46%
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Health£2,080,691,641£33.22£3320%
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Defence£1,706,297,131£27.24£2717%
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Agriculture£334,412,309£5.34£53%
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Environment£300,725,957£4.80£53%
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Exploration and exploitation of the earth£313,215,945£5.00£53%
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Transport, telecommunication, other infrastructure£178,389,169£2.85£32%
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Exploration and exploitation of space£174,442,821£2.78£32%
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Culture, recreation, religion and mass media£188,549,998£3.01£32%
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Political and social systems, structures and processes£170,191,343£2.72£32%
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Industrial production and technology£131,012,651£2.09£21%
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Energy£69,325,536£1.11£11%
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Education£54,740,322£0.87£11%
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General advancement of knowledge: R&D financed from General University Funds£2,498,841,793£39.89£40"The main contributor...is Higher Education Funding Councils at £2.3 billion"
- correspondence with Department for Business, Innovation & Skills
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General advancement of knowledge: R&D financed from other sources£1,970,153,213£31.45£31"...contributors to 'R&D financed from other sources' at £1.8 billion could be from Research Councils or any other government department."
- correspondence with Department for Business, Innovation & Skills
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doubling science spending as a fraction of the deficit8.53%
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other public spending examples
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BBC£3,606,000,000£57.57£60http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/annualreport/pdf/bbc_ar_online_2011_12.pdf
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(TV license, for reference)£145.50http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/pay-for-your-tv-licence/payment-methods/how-would-you-like-to-pay-for-your-tv-licence-pay8/
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passport renewal£336,794,000£5.38£5http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/agencies-public-bodies/ips/ips-corporate-publications/ips-annual-report-2012Note 2- Fees and charges; income from UK passport renewal = £336,794,000
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parliament£241,000,000£3.85£4.00http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/members-allowances/house-of-commons/house-of-commons-scheme-guides/hocallowances07/unformatted-data-for-200910-and-201011/
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of which: MPs' expenses£14,421,776£0.23£0.23http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/feb/04/mp-expenses-report-thomas-legg
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fraudulent MPs' expenses in 2010£1,200,000£0.02£0.02
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public service pensions£8,400,000,000£134.10£134http://budgetresponsibility.independent.gov.uk/economic-and-fiscal-outlook-december-2012/
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benefits£159,000,000,000£2,538.27£2,500http://www.dwp.gov.uk/publications/corporate-publications/#annualreport2011-12
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of which: state pension£74,219,000,000£1,184.83£1,200
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Jobseekers Allowance£4,908,000,000£78.35£80
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Housing Benefit£16,941,000,000£270.45£270
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TV licences for over 75s£587,000,000£9.37£9
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of which: fraud and error£1,900,000,000£30.33£30'£3.2 billion (2.0 per cent) was overpaid due to fraud and
error, and an estimated £1.3 billion (0.8 per cent) was underpaid due to fraud and error.'
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Home Office£10,097,000,000£161.19£160http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/about-us/corporate-publications/annual-report-2011-122011-12
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of which: crime and policing£5,630,000,000£89.88£90
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UK Border Agency£1,500,000,000£23.95£24
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Military operations in Afghanistan£3,601,000,000£57.49£57http://data.gov.uk/dataset/coins2011-12
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Military operations in Libya£247,000,000£3.94£4
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Debt interest payments£48,200,000,000£769.46£770http://data.gov.uk/dataset/coins2011-12
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Dodged tax£32,000,000,000£511£500http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/statistics/tax-gaps/mtg-2012.pdf
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HEALTH
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causes of death
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total UK deaths, ages 1 and over558,372
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cancer157,99328%30%http://info.cancerresearchuk.org/cancerstats/mortality/all-cancers-combined/2010, deaths for ages 1 and over
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heart disease80,56814%15%2010, deaths for ages 1 and over
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stroke49,3669%10%2010, deaths for ages 1 and over
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all age-related85%http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/re-reference-tables.html?edition=tcm%3A77-2652342011 deaths tables for England and Wales show that 88% of people die over the age of 60, whilst 87% of people die of diseases which disproportionately hit the elderly.
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external causes of death from 25–3443.50%http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/re-reference-tables.html?edition=tcm%3A77-265234Other causes of death are all far less significant...neoplasms is the next biggest, at 17.6%
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dementia23,4184%4%http://www.dementia2010.org/reports/Dementia2010Full.pdf
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research spending
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government spending
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cancer£266,640,000£4.26£4.30http://www.dementia2010.org/reports/Dementia2010Full.pdf2007/08 figures
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heart disease£84,229,000£1.34£1.30
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stroke£17,522,000£0.28£0.28
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dementia£36,331,000£0.58£0.60
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total£404,722,000£6.46
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charity spending
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cancer£323,771,000£5.17£5.00
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heart disease£85,031,000£1.36£1.40
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