Short money

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Etymology[edit]

Named after Edward Short (later Lord Glenamara), the leader of the House of Commons who first proposed the payments.

Noun[edit]

Short money (uncountable)

  1. (UK politics) An annual payment made to opposition parties in the House of Commons, to help them with their costs.

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