This figure is difficult to comprehend, so I thought I should try to put it in perspective.
- Every man, woman, and child in the UK owes about £12,600 of national debt 
- Far from paying this back, the government is taking each of us £220 further in to the red every month 
Our true situation is much worse, because the national debt does not include our unfunded public sector pension liabilities, which the CBI estimates at £1 trillion. That puts each person's share at share of government obligations at £28,700  — almost £115,000 for a family of four.
None of the mainstream parties propose reducing our debt. They only offer to reduce the deficit — the rate at which our debt is increasing.
We cannot allow this to continue.
 £781,512,328,767 / 62 million
 (£446,575,342 * 30.4375) / 62 million
 £1,781,512,328,767 / 62 million