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The Q바카라ueen’s tax payers have to foot a huge bill for the government’s education and welfare budget, according to a report commissioned by the Government last year.
The annual report commissioned by the Queen and Downing Street last May identified a huge gap between what was being spent on schools and the Government’s other priorities.
우리카지노In her annual budget, Mrs May said spending on schools, universities and adult social care had fallen by more than £4bn since 2010.
But the Queen’s personal tax tax take, which runs to about 12 per cent of the nation’s general income, has ballooned to 24 per cent — almo카지노 사이트st four times its long-standing level.
This has left the Government with just £0.01 per hour to spend on school subjects such as history and geography, and £1.1 per hour on adult social care, a further £1.5 billion of which falls to the personal tax payer.
The figure for the cost of providing school meals and clothing for under-five students is £0.20 per hour, and an additional £4.1 billion of which falls to the personal tax payer.
The overall spending figure is just 0.5 per cent of the general national income.
Labour’s Harriet Harman said the annual document showed that Mrs May’s Tory plans were «completely inadequate».
She said: «It’s outrageous that she has chosen to leave the school children out of it at a time when they are already being left out.»
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said Mrs May’s spending priorities should include funding services for the disabled in a way which would not «make the cuts that she says she will make to the education and welfare budget».
On Wednesday, the Queen delivered a speech to party colleagues in which she claimed: «By 2020 we will all be over 50, our children born in this country, we will all be over 60, we will all be over 80, but there will be a generation of British people living longer and with children longer than ever.»
But in a damning report she said there were still a «lack of opportunities» for women aged between 20 and 34 because of the welfare cuts that have taken place since 2012.
The Queen said this was because of women having to look after young children and young family members when they had not started work.
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