Short money


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Short money

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) the annual payment made to Opposition parties in the House of Commons to help them pay for certain services necessary to the carrying out of their parliamentary duties; established in 1975. Compare Cranborne money
[named after the Rt Hon. Edward Short MP, Leader of the House of Commons in 1975]
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In December, the committeewas not fond of that idea, because then the reserve fund would be short money. There's about $800,000 in the reserve fund.
Gennady Golovkin made sure it was a short night, which was not surprising because he was fighting for short money.
Some PS73m of this PS460m figure came from public funds, such as "short money" given to opposition parties in the House of Commons and Policy Development Grants, given to parties to help formulate policy.
I feel that if I perform for free or for very short money, I'm complicit in furthering the devaluation of freelance artists." Favorite Studios to Take Class At Urbanity Dance provides members with company class, but Davis also trains at The Dance Complex.
Again, both ACR and McMurdo offer these for short money: $500 for transponder, $200 for AIS-MOB transmitter.
By contrast, the DUP's 10 MPs remain on the opposition benches and continue to receive "Short money" - the public funding provided to support opposition parties in their parliamentary work.
He said: "Regarding this deal that she's done with the DUP, is it true that on the one hand she's shelling out all this extra money to secure their support whilst on the other hand she's still giving them taxpayers' cash in the form of Short money to be in opposition?" Against a backdrop of jeers, Mrs May said: "Let's be clear about what the government has done in the agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party.
Klopp's desire for fluid, interchangable positions will keep things interesting - the pair could easily switch during games - but the short money at this stage would be on Mane returning to his former position on the left to leave room for Salah on the right.
Funded from the PS1.2million of Short money this veritable Angie's Army (hard Highland g, if you don't mind) have imported their Scottish health habits to Westminster.
Another element of 'reducing the cost of politics' is slashing short money. Short money is paid to all opposition parties to help fund their work in holding the Government to account.
According to the company, it continues to diversify its funding base by going into the short money market issuing commercial paper.

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