Rishi Sunak lost more cash to fraud than Liz Truss wasted. Why’s HE a safe pair of hands?

The National Audit Office has published a report showing that, in the first year of the Covid-19 crisis, Rishi Sunak allowed up to £58.8 billion of public money to be given away to fraudsters.

And now he’s making absolutely no effort to get it back.

It’s more money than Liz Truss spaffed away when she trashed the economy last year.

And I have to wonder whether its the reason Tories always leave fraud off their figures when they talk about crime levels since 2010.

The big issue is the fact that the Tory government will claw back even the tiniest scrap of cash from the poorest people in society, like people on benefits who make mistakes in their claims because they don’t understand the system (see this article)…

… but they never try to claw back enormous wodges of it that have gone out to rich people. Is it because the beneficiaries are their own toff buddies?

The level of corruption that is implied here is monumental.

Think it through, and you may well come to the conclusion that everybody in a position of power is on the take, and they all fear taking action to shut down anybody else’s scam because it may lead to them being accused, starting a cascade that could topple the Establishment like a rotting house of cards collapsing into dust.

… Oh, you don’t think so?

Then when may we expect the first recovery, or prosecution?

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