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Posted by: thaiga
« on: August 21, 2016, 12:14:24 PM »

National Debt of United Kingdom

Some interesting facts here from not only for the UK. but the world debt clocks as well, where you can look up a country debt and get a second by second report.

National Debt of United Kingdom
£ 1,773,338,536,645

Source: UK Government Data. Excludes public sector bank bailouts. In the financial year (April 2015 to March 2016) net borrowing was £76.5 billion.

Interest per Year      Interest per Second       Debt per Citizen
£1,395                  £43,995,327,289            £27,380

Debt as % of GDP          GDP                     Population
85.30%                    £2,078,912,737,974      64,767,000

Interesting Facts

You could wrap $1 bills around the Earth 9,035 times with the debt amount!

If you lay $1 bills on top of each other they would make a pile 253,471 km, or 157,500 miles high!

That's equivalent to 0.66 trips to the Moon!