In June 2016 we cancelled the publication of our July 2016 Fiscal sustainability report (FSR) following the result of the EU referendum, but we indicated that we hoped to be able to publish some of the analysis that had been prepared, where the conclusions were less sensitive to assumptions that might be affected by the referendum result.
We have published five Fiscal sustainability analytical papers. They cover: the public sector balance sheet; the longer-term effects of student loan policy announcements over the past year; how changes in mortality rate assumptions in the latest population projections would affect state pensions spending; long-term public spending on health; and the long-term effects of recent pensions and savings policy measures.
These analyses do not contain any judgements about short- or medium-term implications of the referendum result. These were considered in our November 2016 Economic and fiscal outlook. We published a Fiscal sustainability report on 17 January 2017, which included our overall assessment of fiscal sustainability in accordance with our statutory duties.