Treasury pledges to fight terrorist funding


Balls, a key ally of Chancellor Gordon Brown MP – who is widely considered to become Prime Minister when Tony Blair steps down next year – put forward the government's action plan in his parliamentary speech. On behalf of the Treasury, Balls asked the Privy Council to adopt a new Terrorism (United Nations Measures) Order that will update the existing order – including changes to the way domestic assets are frozen. In addition, the Treasury has agreed with law enforcement agencies to allow the

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