Chancellor Philip Hammond appears to be on track to meet his first budget deficit target after a strong tax payments in January, reflecting the economy’s resilient response to last year’s Brexit vote.
Official data showed Britain reported its biggest surplus on record in the public finances for January which is typically when a lot of tax revenues flow into the public coffers.
The Office for National Statistics reported a surplus in the public finances of 9.4 billion pounds last month.
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