Public sector net borrowing was £5 billion year on year in May, down from to £7 billion, the lowest since 2005, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
This follows the Chancellor's pledge to provide more money towards social care
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The Prime Minister is to give a keynote speech at the Conservative Spring Forum in Cardiff
Paul Ross spoke to Taxpayers' Alliance political director Dia Chakravarty about Phillip Hammond's u-turn on National Insurance contributions
Helen Miller, associate director at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, spoke to Paul Ross about Phillip Hammond's plans to raise National Insurance contributions for self-employed workers
Philip Hammond has pledged £100 million to install GPs in A&E, but Dr Laurence Buckman says the idea is nonsense
Peter Dowd spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Prime Minister's comments on Philip Hammond's National Insurance hike
The Prime Minister defended the change, but insisted she'd listen to the concerns raised by MPs
The measure to raise National Insurance contributions from self-employed workers by 2% has proved controversial
Matt Chorley, who edits the Times Red Box, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about how the Labour leader reacted to the planned changes in the Budget.
Stephen Clarke, a policy analyst for the Resolution Foundation, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the planned rise in National insurance payments for self-employed people
The Chancellor is to raise the contributions towards National Insurance made by self-employed people by 2%
Today's Budget has already provoked a flood of debate among the chattering classes. But who has benefited from Philip Hammond's first major act as Chancellor?
The Chancellor of the Exchequer's Budget is expected to come today
Jerry Glazier clashed with our host over the differences between grammar and comprehensive schools
Up to £40 new schools will be funded under the new Budget, to be unveiled on Wednesday
Shanker Singham, the director Of Economic Policy & Prosperity Studies at the Legatum Institute thinktank, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Chancellor's reported plan to guard against negotiation failure
The Chancellor revealed the country's economy is to lose roughly £60 billion over the next five years as a result of the leave vote
Simon French, the chief economist at Panmure Gordon, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Phillip Hammond's first Autumn Statement
MP Bernard Jenkin believes the government should not seek to reveal their plans for Brexit negotiations, and instead speed up the process, as there is no such thing as a soft Brexit
Tim Shipman, Sunday Times Political Editor, explained the core of the allegations against the current Prime Minister