The deep cuts to public expenditure demanded by the IMF led to a mass revolt by the unions.
The vast increase in the public expenditure aroused a storm of popular indignation.
The public expenditure thereon was estimated at £350,000 annually.
He supported Cobden's motion for the reduction of public expenditure, and in and out of parliament pleaded for peace.
I invite you, gentlemen, to investigate the different branches of the public expenditure.
The petition was for the greatest possible retrenchment of the public expenditure, and for a Reform of the House of Commons.
A man who derives his subsistence from the taxes cannot be trusted to check the public expenditure.
His remark was, that the public expenditure had nearly doubled since he had been a member of the Senate.
There are still further causes which may increase the sum of public expenditure in democratic countries.
In the next reign the Commons assert the right of examining the public expenditure.