Revenue Crisis

Including: Crisis in the Revenue, Serious Revenue Crisis

5 mentions.

1841 - 2006

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1841 to 1985

three mentions

over 144 years

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Therefore he could not but feel that they had come to a most important Crisis in the Revenue, and that upon the decision which that House should give upon that proposition must depend the course of our commercial policy and prosperity for many years to come.

Will the Lord Privy Seal agree that when the Heads of Government next meet, in Maastricht, on 23–24 March, the Community will be moving into a Revenue Crisis?

The underlying theme of the debate, acknowledged if under-played by most Conservative Members, including the hon. Member for Dumfries (Sir H. Monro), has been the Government's growing Revenue Crisis.

2000 to 2006

two mentions

over six years

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At that stage we drew attention to the need to help the bus industry, which is facing a Serious Revenue Crisis.

That does not deal with the Revenue Crisis facing community hospitals.

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