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Budget Day

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishBudget DayˈBudget Day  the day in March or April when the British Chancellor of the Exchequer makes the Budget speech in Parliament. The Chancellor goes to Parliament carrying the speech in a special red case. The speech is broadcast, and ordinary people take great interest in its effects on such things as the price of petrol, cigarettes, and alcohol.From Longman Business DictionaryBudget DayˈBudget Day nounECONOMICS the day on which the British government’s Budget is presented to the House of Commons by the Chancellor of the ExchequerEven Cabinet ministers may not hear of these decisions until Budget Day.
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