Gordon Brown said today he would balance his budget over the course of the economic cycle.
Net borrowing this year will be £16 billion, falling to £6 billion next year.
The nation’s finances will move into credit in 2006-7, of £1 billion, then £4 billion in 2007-08, £9 billion in 2008-9 and £12 billion in 2009-10, he said.
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