After two awful sets of numbers for the public finances, the June figures were not as bad. Yes there was an overshoot compared with a year ago - public sector net borrowing was £14.4 billion compared with £13.9 billion in June 2011 - but this was smaller than in April or May. So things might be coming back on track.
The current budget deficit was £13 billion, compared with £12.4 billion a year ago. So far this fiscal year underlying borrowing on this basis has been £41.6 billion, compared with £35.1 billion in the corresponding period of 2011-12. Public sector net debt is £1,038 billion, 66.1% of GDP.
According to the ONS: "In June 2012, central government accrued current receipts were £40.9 billion, which was £1.4 billion, or 3.6%, higher than in June 2011, when central government current receipts were £39.5 billion."
In June 2012, central government accrued current expenditure was £52.4 billion, which was £0.4 billion, or 0.8%, lower than June 2011, when central government current expenditure was £52.8 billion."
Interestingly, the ONS has revised down the 2011-12 borrowing outturn. It is now back down to £125.7 billion, just below the Office for Budget Responsibility's forecast of £126 billion, having been revised up to £128 billion a month ago. The figures are here.