To summarise Burning Our Money:
Total debt is still forecast to rise to £1.4 trillion by 2014-15, which is £56,000 for every household in Britain.
Not included in government figures are public sector pensions, PFI debt, Network Rail debt, and of course the liabilities relating to the bank bailouts. Add these in and the £1.4 trillion above is doubled.
The Budget projects an increase in public sector debt interest payments from £31.5bn this year to £73bn in 2014-15, a rise of 130%.
In four years time, the average household will have to pay £3000 pa in tax just to pay the government's debt interest bill.
To bring home to you exactly how much the country is in debt, this link shows what a million and then a trillion dollars looks like. Bear in mind that the notes used in the link are $100 dollars - so you can't even say ok each one is £50 as the exchange rate is not 2:1.