£20BILLION more Cuts! To fund another £93BILLION in Corporate handouts?


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The Mirror today reports that George Osborne is to slash a FURTHER £20 BILLION from almost every Govt. Dept, including of course, the DWP in November’s budget.

The question I believe the Nation ought to be asking is WHY, particularly when in one year he granted Private Corporations  nearly FIVE TIMES this amount in Corporate Welfare? 

In 2013 alone £93 BILLION was given away to Private Companies, including a  £FIVE MILLION government grant to AstraZeneca; supposedly to develop its research and development centre at Alderley Park, Cheshire. In just five months, the same company closed the plant along with 2,100 jobs; I don’t suppose this has anything to do with the project being in Osborne’s constituency?

To this end I’ve stated a petition on Change.org demanded Osborne STOP using OUR money to finance Private Corporations and to REPAY it into Public Services. I have no expectations of this happening but maybe if the people knew precisely…

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2 thoughts on “£20BILLION more Cuts! To fund another £93BILLION in Corporate handouts?

  1. This was a marvellous article regarding these cuts, one that I really enjoyed. I especially loved the concise way in which it conveyed all the information required. Allow me a brief introduction: I’m a 15 year old with an interest in finance and economics who wants to share my views with the world at shreysfinanceblog.com. If you could read and reblog one of my articles, it would be very much appreciated! Thanks again for writing this brilliant article.

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