“The revised figures also show that homes have saved less in recent years than previously thought.
“Household savings, especially in the most recent quarter, fell far short of the record set during epidemics, as many people were able to afford to buy again, eat out and drive their cars.”
Statistics also show that in the second quarter of 2021, the UK’s net borrowing position with the rest of the world fell to 1.5% of GDP.
The latest figures are slightly lower than 1.7% of GDP in the first quarter.
The UK government’s borrowing position in non-financial accounts is said to have fallen to 51.3 billion euros in the second quarter.
In the first quarter, the figure was .2 73.2 billion, boosted by an increase in income taxes on products and products.
Better marks have come after the Furlo scheme ended today.
The scheme was launched in March 2020 to pay wages to 11.6 million workers.
Provisional figures also show that as of July 31, the Corona virus job retention scheme was helping 1.6 million.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has advised the public not to panic over reports of clashes at petrol stations.