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Treasury Borrows £400m for 'Green' Projects


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they haven't paid the 400m back for the power station yet and we pay our electric bills directly to the debtors,  how the fuck are they expecting to pay back 400m with nothing to sell ??  maybe they hope the banks will write it off like they did for african dictators back in the day

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5 minutes ago, Non-Believer said:

"Green Projects"......

Hmmmm..... "Farm Aid"?

MHK and MLC Aid more like. The way our politicos and our civil servants are like with capital expenditure projiects, consultants and contractors are laughing all the way to tje bank. Is £400 million enough? 

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43 minutes ago, 2112 said:

MHK and MLC Aid more like. The way our politicos and our civil servants are like with capital expenditure projiects, consultants and contractors are laughing all the way to tje bank. Is £400 million enough? 

Probably less than a year at the current burn rate!

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19 minutes ago, John Wright said:

It was all fully explained and debated and approved by Tynwald on 15/6. It’s all there in Hansard. 

The Government have published their paper today on how they are going to spend the money , I just hope they have managed to recruit a few project managers or scheme auditors before then , otherwise the taxpayer will be getting ripped off again ,and taken to the cleaners , like we have seen so many times recently !     The government / private sector  committee is so big they will have to hold their meetings in the villa marina !

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