Summarised by Centrist
Alex Holland in “Labour’s spending” details the massive run up in government spending since 2017. Crown spending was $76 billion per year in 2017. In 2023 it is $139 billion per year. In 2017, gross debt was $112 billion. Today that figure, using the same gross debt, and not the net debt approach, which has better optics for the government, has doubled.
From absurd art installations and a hyper inflated bureaucracy, to tens of thousands more kids in benefit dependent homes, Holland’s list is expansive and damning.
“The objective is to bring awareness to those who don’t have the time to investigate the outcomes of this government’s actions or inactions, and especially to those that don’t see through the propaganda of the once neutral MSM,” he says.