£20m for over 1m poor school kids - no way. £21m to a middleman - well of course

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  1. SirGalahad

    SirGalahad

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    The knuckle draggers on here who were up in arms over extra £20m for over a million kids to help with with food over the half term. Yet are happy to defend or stay quiet when one guy gets £21m being a middleman.
     
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  3. If that is all.let the parents pay...only two packets of tabs a week they do not buy.
     
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    I thought he was providing PPE equipment.
     
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    dumb wishes the children to suffer for the failures of their parent(s)
     
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    Have we been told which Tory grandee the guy is a relative or personal friend of yet?
     
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    No doubt drawing on experience but not learning the lesson ;)
     
  8. Dumb wishes parents would pay for there own bloody kids...can I come round yours for my meals?
     
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    SirGalahad

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    How much tax do you pay?

    This is another silly RWR argument.
     
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    are you a dependent child, reliant on someone who for some reason (poverty, mental illness, incapacity, alcoholism) does not look after you properly?

    If so, the rest of us should chip in to help you.
     
  13. No i am just a scrounger.can i still come round and live in ya house?
     
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    then you probably do not qualify for free school meals.

    Ask Mottie's advice on how to get taxpayer handouts.
     
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    John!!!! How are you?
    What you been up to today?
     
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    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coro...-to-say-they-ll-end/ar-BB1b81us?ocid=msedgntp

    Boris Johnson today showed no remorse for handing out billions in ‘crony’ coronavirus contracts - and refused to even pledge he’ll stop doing it.

    The Prime Minister insisted he was “very proud” of his record after a damning report found £10.5bn of contracts were given out without competition.

    The National Audit Office revealed officials set up a “high-priority lane” to deal with PPE leads from people including MPs, ministers and peers.

    Hitting out at PMQs, Keir Starmer said “suppliers with political connections” were more likely to win lucrative deals.

    Labour ’s leader added: “We’re eight months into this crisis and the government is still making the same mistakes.

    “Can the Prime Minister give a cast iron assurance that from now on all government contracts will be subject to proper process with full transparency and accountability?”

    Yet the Tory leader - who was taking part in the first-ever virtual PMQs due to being in self-isolation - refused to give any such promise.

    “A few weeks ago he couldn’t find that amount of money for free school meals for kids over half term,” Sir Keir told the PM.

    “Does the PM think £21m for a middle man was an acceptable use of taxpayers’ money?”

    The GMB union has blasted the contracts raised in the National Audit Office report, saying they show “Tory cronyism is alive and well.”

    But the PM insisted he had to “remove the blockages” and “we shifted heaven and earth” to get PPE despite a global shortage.

    “I’m very proud of what has been achieved,” he added.

     
  17. How you going to weed out the scroungers Jonnyboy?
     
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