Ministry of Finance (United Kingdom)
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) informally The Treasury, is the government department responsible for developing and executing the British government's public finance and economic policies.
The Ministry has the largest hand in controlling the economic stability of the United Kingdom. The MoF controls the Bank of England, which is responsible for regulating the flow of currency into the market, and at what rate. It receives its funding from the National Treasury, with approval of the House of Commons.
The Treasury Ministers are as follows:
|Butjam||Chancellor of the Exchequer||Overall responsibility|
|The Unity Party|
|United Kingdom Reform Party|
|United Kingdom Progression Party|
|Every Single One|
- Produce a budget on the income/expenditure of the UK.
- Monitor the UK exchange rate and keep money supply at a rate agreed on.
- Send money to other ministers as they require it.
- Deputy Minister of Finance - Master Hofkens and ApronChef
Associated Public Bodies
Executive Agencies of HM Treasury
- The Bank of England
- HM Treasury
- The Royal Mint