Coalition cuts NHS by £20bn – but subsidises banks with £37.7bn every year

Pride's Purge

(not satire unfortunately – it’s the UK today!)

The Tory/Lib Dem government liked to bang on all the time about the need for fiscal responsibility.

But how fiscally responsible was it for the coalition to subsidise big banks with £37.7bn of taxpayers’ money every year while at the same time insisting it had to make £20bn of cuts to the NHS to balance the budget?

Is it only me doing the maths here?


Who would you prefer your tax money to go to – bankers or nurses?

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