Treasury lord


Related to Treasury lord: First Lord of the Treasury
See Lord high treasurer of England, under Treasurer.

See also: Treasury

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Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Lord O'Neill, a key architect of the Government's devolution and Northern Powerhouse agenda, said the delegation is part of a wider strategy.
Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Lord O Neill said:Our commitment to build a Northern Powerhouse is clear, but this trip is set to highlight our plans for growth on a global scale, by showcasing to Chinese investors the many exciting opportunities in the North.
11 Downing Street yesterday before from left, Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Lord O'Neill of Gatley, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury David Gauke, City Minister Harriett Baldwin and Chief Secretary to the Secretary Greg Hands out his first budget of the new Conservative government
Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Lord Sassoon replied that the Treasury kept all tax policy areas under "review".
Glas is a consortium of around 200 members, many with strong Welsh connections, headed by former permanent secretary to the Treasury Lord Burns, who has been fighting to keep the business in Welsh hands.
Commercial secretary to the Treasury Lord Sasson revealed the plan for savings across 495 PFI contracts.
George Osborne with his Treasury team on Budget day, from left: Financial Secretary to the Treasury Mark Hoban, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander, Economic Secretary to the Treasury Chloe Smith, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury David Gauke and Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Lord Sassoon
Labour has resisted calls for a shake-up of the "Barnett Formula" - named after previous Chief Secretary to the Treasury Lord Barnett - which allocates pounds 10bn as a proportion of Whitehall spending.
It was due to be attended by six Ministers: Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander, Business Minister Ed Davey, Cabinet Office Minister Oliver Letwin, Energy Minister Lord Marland, Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude, and Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Lord Sassoon.

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