The government plans to increase departmental budgets by 4.1% next year

Department spending plans 2020-21

£bn

30

60

90

120

Health and Social Care

£138.9bn (up 3.1%)

of which: NHS England

£129.9bn (3.1%)

Education

67.8

(3.3%)

of which: schools

47.6

(3.9%)

Defence

30.8

(1.8%)

Scotland

16.6

(0.9%)

Home Office

12.9

(6.3%)

Wales

12.4

(2.1%)

Northern Ireland

11.1

(1.8%)

International Dev.

9.6

(1.5%)

Local Government

8.6

(12.4%)

Justice

8.1

(4.9)%

DWP

5.8

(1.9%)

Transport

4.1

(11.4%)

HMRC

3.8

(0%)

Business

2.5

(2.1%)

MI5, MI6 etc

2.1

(2.5%)

Defra

2

(3.3%)

Other

1.9

(5.1%)

Housing

1.6

(2.7%)

DCMS

1.6

(4.1%)

Foreign

1.1

(0%)

Legal offices

0.7

(12.4%)

Trade

0.5

(2.3%)

Cabinet Office

0.4

(7.4%)

HM Treasury

0.2

(0%)

Brexit

0.1

(0%)

£bn

30

60

90

120

Health and Social Care

£138.9bn (up 3.1%)

£129.9bn (3.1%)

of which: NHS England

Education

67.8

(3.3%)

of which: schools

47.6

(3.9%)

30.8

(1.8%)

Defence

Scotland

16.6

(0.9%)

12.9

(6.3%)

Home Office

Wales

12.4

(2.1%)

Northern Ireland

11.1

(1.8%)

9.6

(1.5%)

International Dev.

Local Government

8.6

(12.4%)

8.1

(4.9)%

Justice

DWP

5.8

(1.9%)

4.1

(11.4%)

Transport

3.8

(0%)

HMRC

Business

2.5

(2.1%)

2.1

(2.5%)

MI5, MI6 etc

Defra

2

(3.3%)

1.9

(5.1%)

Other

1.6

(2.7%)

Housing

DCMS

1.6

(4.1%)

1.1

(0%)

Foreign

Legal offices

0.7

(12.4%)

0.5

(2.3%)

Trade

0.4

(7.4%)

Cabinet Office

HM Treasury

0.2

(0%)

0.1

(0%)

Brexit