Tamil Nadu's Finance Minister P Thiaga Rajan has called the politics around "freebies" a farce. Speaking exclusively to CNBC-TV18, he said the Supreme Court has no constitutional authority to decide on how money is being spent by the exchequer. @ptrmadurai @ShereenBhan
EXCLUSIVE | Govt defends its decision to exclude taxpayers from the Atal Pension Yojana@DFS_India secy Sanjay Malhotra tells @Sapna_CNBC the changes will keep subsidies & subventions from going to taxpayers. Weeding taxpayers out will lower the future burden on the exchequer
The next UK prime minister takes charge in September facing a brutal economic storm, heaping intense scrutiny on their pick for Chancellor of the Exchequer
This comes a day after the Delhi government accused the Delhi MCD of colliding with two toll tax companies, resulting in a huge loss to the public exchequer.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont, who introduced the UK’s first inflation target in 1992, said it would be a mistake to abandon the measure in favor of a money supply goal
'He didn't know how to use money... He's the Chancellor of the Exchequer and he didn't know how to buy a can of coke.' James O'Brien asks how Rishi Sunak went from 'hero to zero' in 24 hours. @mrjamesob
Single biggest line item in this Spring Statement is something that wasn’t even announced today: the change in student loans treatment. In essence, students are paying a LOT more into the Exchequer. This helps subsidise some of today’s giveaways. 🤔
Those pesky professional footballers, donating millions to the NHS while simultaneously paying £1bn into the exchequer. Looking forward to you @Peston , asking the Barclay Brothers who you work for, to do the same. I'll wait.