WHEN you consider some of [...]

October 2012
Mail on Sunday;10/28/2012, p43
WHEN you consider some of the things the last Government spent money on, it's little wonder the country is in so much debt. Under Labour, the Department for Communities and Local Government ordered research on 'the safety of stairs investigated over a range of rise and goings' and the practicality of taxing people for having a patio. Tory Eric Pickles has decided not to commission more reports like these, saving more than �20million in the process.


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