minibudget

minibudget

(ˈmɪnɪˌbʌdʒɪt)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics a group of economic measures proposed between full annual budgets
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minibudget

[ˈmɪnɪˌbʌdʒɪt] Npresupuesto m interino
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Get Out - 2017 This year's minibudget breakout hit is a sharp story of a mixed race couple caught up in a missing persons murder mystery.
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It's strange that the Chancellor claims to tell us exactly what would happen if we left the EU - yet he has no idea where our economy is going from one minibudget to the next.
DESPITE George Osborne's upbeat minibudget last week, the voters are still to be convinced there is anything worth celebrating.
The PM says he wants to freeze UK contributions to the EU, But figures buried in the Chancellor's minibudget show they are set to leap PS1.
In his minibudget Mr Osborne also announced a number of capital spending schemes including on roads, academies and free schools as well as the second phase of HS2.
He confessed there is "much more to do" as he delivered his miniBUDGET against a backdrop of grim data revealing higher government borrowing and lower growth expectations.
MY wife and I were astounded when we listened to George Osborne reading out the minibudget when he announced that pensioners were to receive an extra pounds 5 a week on their OAP pension.
The minibudget legislation calls for a fraction of the amount of the approximately $26 billion state budget.
He will unveil his minibudget, which will massively raise green taxes to pay for lower income tax.
A minibudget is currently being prepared and the Italian Parliament is expected to make its views know before the end of June.
The creation of a minibudget may make sense, in which $1 per month is put into a savings fund for special purchases, birthday gifts for a family member, or charitable donations.