Would you like to download public revenue data from ukpublicrevenue.co.uk, revenue data that covers central government and local authority revenue? No problem. We have four ways you can download revenue data. And more to come.
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Here is how to develop your own custom set of UK public revenue data. You can use controls on the table below to change the data, including:
In the table below, click the controls to get the data you want.
Go ahead and use the controls on the table below to get the particular revenue information you want to download.
OK. Now you are ready to download your data.
We offer four ways of downloading your data:
If you want just the top-line total numbers for overall public revenue, federal, state, and local, then here they are:
Use your cursor to copy and paste the following lines into your own content:
Here is a bar chart of the top-line numbers. Right click the cursor to copy or save the image:
Here is the revenue table with columns tab-delimited. You can cut and paste directly into a spreadsheet:
You can copy all the text in the textbox by clicking your cursor in the box. Then press Ctrl-A and Ctrl-C and paste the text into your spreadsheet.
Simple html <table>
Maybe you want to get the data formatted in html for insertion into your content as a table. Here is the data in html with a simple table setup. There are no fancy tags or styles. Just a straight table with <table>, <tr>, and <td> tags.
You can copy all the text in the textbox by clicking your cursor in the box. Then press Ctrl-A and Ctrl-C and paste the html into your content.
Fully styled table
Here in the textbox is the full table with styles but without controls. The styles are built around an id called ukgs342. It shouldnt interfere with your styles.
You can copy all the text in the textbox by clicking your cursor in the box. Then press Ctrl-A and Ctrl-C and paste into your content.
Thats all the download methods for now. But we are planning more.
Best wishes from all of us at the ukpublicrevenue.co.uk team.
GDP: OBR EFO supp. economy tables
Revenue: OBR March 2017 Economic and fiscal outlook – charts and tables: fiscal
> revenue data sources for other years