Saturday, February 13, 2010

How much does a full page advert in the Economist cost ?

Because if your a UK tax payer you just bought one to say this ( click on it to get the full size, but be prepared top weep ):This is where you tax payer's money goes.

There's plenty of scope for cuts lads and lasses.

7 comments:

tao_taier said...

They even got the Senior Minister of Labour from China in their list....................

John R said...

....and have you noticed that none of them (apart from one guy at BAe) has a "proper job"?

The EU really only understands how to suck on the public teat. Real wealth generation, job creation, growth and prosperity are beyond them all. If it doesnt come out of the public purse they don't seem able to recognise it.

Mark Wadsworth said...

Excellent find.

Those people just signed their own death warrant ... oh, hang on, I'm not going to be in power any time soon. Ah well/

Mark Wadsworth said...

Their accounts show that they merrily burned their way through £79 million of taxpayers' finest in their first year.

James Higham said...

The bstds have no right to fritter away our money. Only a bit over 80 days and they're out.

Demetrius said...

I was trying to calculate the cost of all this lot and how it might impact on the ordinary taxpayer. But I ran out of noughts.

Elby the Beserk said...

Oh aye, plenty of scope for cuts, starting with the public sector ads in the Guardian (which we pay for) which are all online anyway (which we pay for).

Cheerio Guardian - what a shame you got so shit that you had to rely on a taxpayers' subsidy.