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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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Since 1997, the responsibility for financial stability in the UK had been shared by Her Majesty's Treasury, the Bank of England and the Financial Services Authority (the FSA), known as the tripartite system.
As a member of Plaid Cymru, I am proud of our reputation as a pro-European party and this is with good reason because Europe does at least attempt to redistribute capital through funding programmes while the Welsh taxpayer sees his or her money disappear forever into the black hole of Her Majesty's Treasury.
Her Majesty's Treasury imposed sanctions against the bank in 2009 alleging that the bank's activities supported the Iranian nuclear programme, but today's ruling found no evidence to support this claim.
Registered persons in Jersey are also encouraged to sign up to an email alert system coordinated by Her Majesty's Treasury in the UK, which alerts people to changes in the asset freeze designations.
cost to Her Majesty's Treasury of George Osborne's plans to relax the tax haven laws for major companies.
5m, resulting in Her Majesty's Treasury being pounds 130,000 the richer.
Virgin Money announced the acquisition of Northern Rock plc from Her Majesty's Treasury on 17 November 2011.
The Foresight project, The Future of Computer Trading in Financial Markets, is sponsored by Her Majesty's Treasury and is led by the Government Office for Science under the direction of the government's chief scientific adviser Professor Sir John Beddington.
Honourable Liam Byrne Member Parliament of UK, Chief Secretary to her Majesty's Treasury, and members of DFID visited ERRA Headquarters, Islamabad.
Fred Goodwin Former chief executive to the Royal Bank of Scotland, Mr Goodwin's turbulent eight-year tenure saw the bank become the largest company in the world by assets, before becoming effectively nationalised in late-2008 when Her Majesty's Treasury took a 70.
accountable to Her Majesty's Treasury and through it to Parliament.
He said: "Danny La Rue 52, two fat ladies 88 and legs 11 could be a thing of the past if Her Majesty's Treasury gets its way.

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