Earlier reports on government spending on public order and safety show that for the first ten years of this period, funding experienced substantial increases, yet, following the 2009/2010 fiscal year, government cuts - resulting from the effect of the global financial crisis - there was a reduction in spending of 4.5 billion British pounds until 2015/2016, whereby the investment increased by approximately 600 million British pounds upon the previous year. The most heavily invested sector of public order and safety in 2015/2016 were the police services, with government financing worth 16.6 billion British pounds.
In 2015/2016, government contributions in education in the United Kingdom reveals an investment of 38.2 billion British pounds spent on secondary education, 30.1 billion on pre-primary and primary education, whereas tertiary education received 5.9 billion. In fact, all types of education have experienced a net increase in government spending over the previous years.
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