The small print of the budget delivered by George Osborne has revealed new and creative ways the Government will raise taxes to pay off the national debt.
The details are contained within the Treasury's Red Book, outlining the current financial position and revealing how Treasury forecasts of revenue will help pay down the almost 1 trillion pounds of debt.
One of the more surprising revenue streams affects the media; from midnight, all uses of the word 'coalition' when describing the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Government will incur a 1% tax.
Elsewhere, plans to generate revenue by selling replicas of the famous black door at Number 10 and a new flexible, weather-based tax are also detailed.
In the latter, the rates of income tax, VAT and fuel duty will increase by half of one per cent on sunny days and decrease by the same amount when it's raining; it's expected taxpayers in Scotland will be exempt due to the lack of sunshine.