WRITE ON: Casey Brightwell, Martha Lambert, Bethany Wakeling, Ben Wilding, Ryan Brunt, Ryan Anderson and Crescent Franklin, who have all written letters and (inset) former Chancellor of the Exchequer
Kenneth Clarke, who has replied to the letter from one of the reception class pupils.
1952: Members of the TUC's economic committee were meeting at the Treasury to discuss with the Chancellor of the Exchequer
the union's demands for equal pay for women.
GEORGE Osborne's lack of ambition for the UK is the most depressing side of a failed Chancellor of the Exchequer
In a House of Commons motion, Mr Watson expressed "serious concern at the Chancellor of the Exchequer
's decision to purchase a new red dispatch box for this year's Budget at a cost of pounds 4,300".
Sir Geoffrey Howe, Chancellor of the Exchequer
from 1979-1983, named his dog Budget..
NOT so long ago, we were regularly informed that when Gordon Brown was Chancellor of the Exchequer
, he was such a control freak that nothing went on inside the Treasury without his knowledge or authorisation.
Young people who volunteer for community work could have part of their university tuition fees paid by the state, under proposals floated by Chancellor of the Exchequer
Gordon Brown today.
Dear Editor, - A few years ago the Chancellor of the Exchequer
pronounced that using gold as a currency reserve was outmoded and promptly dumped a significant proportion of our reserves at a price so low, it would have been difficult to beat.
A stern e-mail on the unfairness of the Council Tax was sent to the Chancellor of the Exchequer
by the Yorkshire and Humber Pensioners Convention.
In this country we cling to the ancient, if somewhat eccentric title of chancellor of the exchequer
. And bearers of this title have looked after the pennies in our pockets since the reign of Henry III (1207-72).
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Mr Brown flew into Cardiff International Airport to unveil Welsh Labour's latest election poster and warn voters not to allow Mr Howard and the Conservatives back into power.