Thursday, November 27, 2014

Avvin a spot of bovver are we?

UK faces £34bn bill for black hole in EU budget

"EU accused of financial mismanagement after auditors find huge black hole in the Brussels budget". "David Cameron will be legally obliged to make up a share of a shortfall of £259 billion by 2020 with liabilities for the Treasury estimated at £33.7bn, calculated at the usual rate of Britain’s EU contributions". No worries Camo, just give 'em a bit more austerity. Someone will find you a cushy well paid job when you leave - just like Tony Bliar. Sadly, this may confirm the government's intentions to devalue the currency after the election - in which case House Prices and PMs could rise. Plenty of ads for repossesed houses on the HPC screen - does someone know something?

Posted by alan @ 11:49 AM (4019 views)
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3 thoughts on “Avvin a spot of bovver are we?

  • These stories used to go unreported. Great that the sheep are finally waking up to the fact that the EU is able to raise cash direct to Parliament, by-passing any checks and balances, with no democratic over-sight. Be under no delusions, this is a Tyranny.

    The democratic deficit is nauseating and the beast seeking to soak up our cash will grow like a cancer lest we tame it.

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  • This absolutely pales in comparison to the £2.2 TRILLION black hole in the State Pension, and a similar amount in the NHS for elderly people. Of course this will be foisted on the private property of the working population, no chance of getting the wealthiest generation in history to chip in. Or be forced onto park benches and food banks to make up for the shortfall between what the state can afford to hand out and what has been recklessly promised.

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