Johnson has squandered millions while starving his people

Tory idiocy: People are dying for lack of benefit money while Boris Johnson has been clowning around with pointless Brexit campaigns.

Is this really the wise leadership for which we all voted?

The £46 million the Tory government spent on a silly ‘Get ready for Brexit’ campaign was utterly wasted – it didn’t help anybody be better-prepared.

The campaign – if it can be called that – was run by Boris Johnson when he was trying to kid us all that the UK would leave the EU on October 31 last year.

It was cancelled on October 28, after the EU granted an extension of the period in which UK Parliamentarians were to agree a withdrawal agreement.

The Tories also had to melt down a million Brexit commemoration 50p pieces.

Meanwhile, people like Errol Graham have been starving to death because the same Tories who wasted all those millions on a meaningless Brexit campaign wouldn’t spend a few thousand keeping a valuable human being from starvation.

Put another way…

Source: Government’s ‘Get ready for Brexit’ campaign didn’t really help people get ready for Brexit – Mirror Online

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2 thoughts on “Johnson has squandered millions while starving his people

  1. Mark allinson

    The £46 million pounds what’s been wasted by the Tories is a disgrace when they first said we send millions a week to the EU and that we should leave the EU and spend that money on our own healthcare that money will not get spent at all on our NHS and the £46 million pounds they have wasted could have solved the homeless problems in the UK Aswel as put the benefits money up and the pension money up to match the inflation prices of today’s living expenses. The so called rise they have given won’t even help it’s not enough and alot of people won’t even see the difference in the rise if they are paying the DWP money back it would not surprise me once people do get the rise the DWP will change the amount to be higher to claw back the money off them the DWP don’t even pay the full rent on people’s homes who are unemployed when I had my own place I had to pay out £120 a month out of my own money To keep a roof over my head and while having go fork that out I suffered because I had to cut down on electric,gas what were pre payment meters also cut down on buying food some days I could only have one meal and some days not have anything to eat. My health suffered I lost 3 stone because of lack of food and I was put on universal credit when the waiting time was 3 months I got into debt with the rent I also had to pay extra money towards my rent to stop being made homeless I ended up in hospital because the way I suffered I was made more depressed treated like a child and threatened with sanctions I would not have claimed universal credit if I had not lost my job when I damaged my spine and could barely walk nearly 5 years later iam still suffering.

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