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HM Treasury

The department of the British government responsible for advising on and executing economic and fiscal policy in the United Kingdom. Through Inland Revenue and Customs, it has oversight of tax collection. The Treasury traces its origins to the 12th century.
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This is a very important decision in Bank Mellat's pending cases against the UK Treasury," he said Sunday.
The change will see the UK Treasury deduct 10p from standard and upper rates of income tax in Scotland.
The public and private sectors must work together to push the project forward and persuade the UK Treasury it's worth while.
The UK Treasury wants to remove a cap on banker bonuses, which it said was rushed through without a proper impact assessment.
Labour Party members put forward the motion after it was estimated that the UK Treasury loses as much as PS12billion to tax dodging by multinational companies every year.
The UK Treasury is currently considering plans to further radically overhaul the UK's pension regime.
A UK Treasury guarantee for a Au80 million loan to finance a new development of 3,000 homes in Aberdeen was announced by the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander, today (15 August 2014).
Scots could see their mortgage payments soar after a Yes vote, according to the UK Treasury.
Indeed, in the Western Mail of October 12, 2006, Tory MP Stephen Crabb (presumably a colleague of Ms Sandbach) stated that the UK Treasury received Corporation Tax of several billion pounds sterling per annum from the Milford Haven refineries alone and he acknowledges that an independent Wales would comfortably pay its way.
The UK Government's aim is "to repair and return RBS to full health so that it is able to support the UK economy in the future, and the current strategy is working to achieve that," a spokesperson for the UK Treasury told the BBC.
On Sunday, Iran's parliament voted by a large majority to downgrade diplomatic relations with London after the UK Treasury imposed sanctions on Iranian banks the previous week, accusing them of facilitating the country's nuclear programme.
But as the UK Treasury unfolds its deficit-busting package of austerity measures - including pounds 80bn of spending cuts - household incomes will increasingly suffer, the IFS warned.