U.K. Posts Surplus as Bank Surcharge Boosts Corporation Taxes

  • Surcharge on bank profits adds GBP300 million to tax take
  • Fiscal year-to-date deficit falls 11% compared with year ago

The U.K. posted a surplus in July as the government’s tax take was boosted by the first payments under a surcharge on banks introduced last year.

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