What does George Osbornes Spending Review and Autumn Statement mean for us here in North Devon and our public services? Heres the announcements from today (Wednesday) at a glance.* The Chancellor announced he is to scrap planned cuts to tax credits for millions of low paid workers. * He ruled out any cuts in police budgets in England and Wales. * Mr Osborne told the Commons welfare savings totalling £12 billion will be delivered in full... in a way that helps families. * Debt forecast is to be 82.5% of national income this year, down from 83.6% at time of July Budget, Mr Osborne said. Debt is to fall to 81.7% next year, then 79.9% in 2017\/18, 77.3% in 2018\/19, 74.3% in 2019\/20 and 71.3% in 2020\/21. * The Government will borrow £8 billion less than forecast and spend £12 billion more on capital investments. * He said the deficit is to be 3.9% of national income this year, then 2.5% in 2016\/17 and 1.2% and 0.2% in subsequent years, before moving to surplus of 0.5% in 2019\/20 and 0.6% the following year. * Borrowing forecast for this year is cut from £74.1 billion to £73.5 billion, falling to £49.9 billion, £24.8 billion and £4.6 billion in subsequent years, reaching a surplus of £10.1 billion in 2019\/20 and £14.7 billion in 2020\/21. * State spending to hit 36.5% in five years - down from 45% in 2010. * There will be public spending of £756 billion this year, then £773 billion, £787 billion, £801 billion in subsequent years, reaching £821 billion in 2019\/20 and £857 billion 2020\/21. * The NHS is to deliver £22 billion efficiency savings in England and Department of Health to cut 25% from its Whitehall budget. * The Chancellor confirmed a commitment to £10 billion real terms increase in the health service budget delivered in full, with the first £6 billion delivered up front next year. NHS budget to rise from £101 billion today to £120 billion by 2020\/21. * An additional £600 million will be spent on mental health.