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15% RISE IN COUNCIL TAX - This is Why

PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2017 3:08 pm
by cassandra
Migration brought 330,000 legals and an estimated 1.1 million illegals.
Immigration costs to UK for settling non EU migrants was £120 BILLION.

Britain has 112,070 homeless British people and London alone has 6,437.
Amount spent on UK homeless:
The National Audit Office (NAO) found spending on the Supporting People Programme, housing support and advice for vulnerable people had fallen, on average, by 45% between 2010 -11 and 2013 - 14.
Since 2010, 133 homelessness projects have closed, and there are 4,000 fewer bed spaces.

The Government recognises homelessness prevention is cost effective: yet 40% of Local Authorities report they have inadequate tools to prevent homelessness in their area.
Councillor Simmonds, from the LGA's asylum, refugee and migrant task force, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: councils in England were already supporting 2,000 unaccompanied refugee children at a cost of £50,000 each year per child. £100 million per year for just 2,000 people.
A further £150million a year was being spent on destitute families whose asylum applications had been turned down, but who remain in the UK, he said.

Govt. funding is for twelve months only and then the full financial burden falls on local resources. So, a 15% rise in council tax is needed to pay the bill.