'So there is a money tree'

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'So there is a money tree'

Post  candyfloss on Fri 30 Jun 2017, 3:48 pm

Wonder what people think of this deal with the DUP.  1 billion pounds for Northern Ireland.  Whilst I do not begrudge the money for them, how come everything is being cut to the bone here with no money for services, the old, and the disabled.  Suddenly to keep themselves in power the Tories have conjured up all this money.  So does that now mean that we will suffer even more because of this wheeling and dealing, and deal that none of us voted for.  Mrs May did not get a mandate to rule this country, she is now doing deals and giving away money we are not supposed to have.   So as David Dimbleby said yesterday 'There is a money tree'  Yet Theresa May in answer to a nurse said they did not have a money tree they could shake!!

Video here of the great answer from David Dimbleby.........

Question Time: 'So there is a money tree?'
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox is asked where cash for the government's £1 billion DUP deal is coming from.
PM Theresa May had previously said on BBC Question Time that "there isn't a magic money tree that we can shake".




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Re: 'So there is a money tree'

Post  Heisenburg on Fri 30 Jun 2017, 4:02 pm

Print it and damn the future,who is going to come calling,there is always money its how its spent is the problem.

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