Exchequer


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Exchequer

1. See: HM Treasury.

2. A general term, especially in the United Kingdom, for a fund or account.

Exchequer

a UK government office within the TREASURY responsible for the receipt, custody and issue of government funds.
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The entire recovered amount form the corrupt has been deposited in national exchequer .
Mr Farooq Awan, the former secretary of the ministry of information technology, misused his authority in award of illegal publicity campaign through Midas against rules and attempted to cause a loss to the national exchequer.
On the occasion, he said that each and every penny of the national exchequer would be recovered from the plunderers.
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The suspects caused a loss of Rs74.85 million to the national exchequer, it said.
He said that the incoming government should take the matter into account and stop wasting the national exchequer on unnecessary protocol of elite class assuring their complete and fool proof security on priority.
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The Exchequer report for 2014 said [euro]41.3billion was taken in from households, workers, consumers, investors and businesses.
it is interesting to read the financial advice being directed at the Chancellor of the Exchequer by such eminent experts as Ed Balls and Ed Miliband.
The Bank then used this money to bid at the Exchequer bond auctions, the IOUs the Government sells to balance its books.