Chancellor

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Synonyms for Chancellor

the British cabinet minister responsible for finance

the person who is head of state (in several countries)

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Gordon Brown is a great Chancellor who has delivered a stable economy but business wants that to continue and not be blown off course by petty squabbles based on personal ambition.
All it takes is a phone call from Mervyn King (Bank of England) or our great Chancellor to RBS to say the funds are no longer available and the Kraft bid would fall flat on its ugly fat face.
Being a great Chancellor doesn't mean you will be a great Prime Minister, of course, no more than a great footballer will necessarily become a great manager.
TRUST our Gordy, the Great Chancellor to get into the Toyota act of praising the company's latest investment in Deeside.
Gordon Brown is a great Chancellor who has delivered a stable economy, but business wants that to continue and not be blown off course by petty squabbles based on personal ambition.
His ability to look at the world both as it is, and as it could be, has made him a great Chancellor of the Exchequer, and would make him a great Prime Minister.
And history proves that he wasn't a great great chancellor after all.
Gordon Brown is a great Chancellor, perhaps one of the best we've ever had.
If you were a truly great Chancellor, you would be helping these small businessmen and women to enter the kosher economy - not persecuting them.