How has UK government spending changed since 2010?
George Osborne is delivering his eighth Budget today. Britain's chancellor is expected to make another £4 billion in spending cuts to try and cut the deficit by 2020. Since 2010, local governments have been forced to endure the bulk of Osborne's cuts, while the departments for culture, business and the environment have also suffered considerable cuts. Read more about why Osborne is going to make austerity even worse on the Independent.
This chart shows changes in DEL spending by department between 2010-11 and 2014-15.
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