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Government borrowing undershoots again to provide the Chancellor more wiggle room
Public sector borrowing nudged up to �5.9bn in September, below economists' expectations. Borrowing decreased by �0.7bn compared to last year and was the lowest September net borrowing since 2007.
Government borrowing at lowest September level for 10 years  
Boost for Chancellor as September borrowing lowest for ten years  
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