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An excellent review. It should also be noted that the more insane examples of waste don't actually add up to that much (I can't recall the exact figure - the book is upstairs and I'm too lazy to get it). What we need to look at is the other examples of waste.

Regarding the stupid examples of waste, it might be possible for the government to cut down on it by laying down certain guidelines such as banning hospitals from spending money on pointless artwork (I think 30,000 was spent by a hospital on some statue).


Any one who is serious about modern politics should read this book.
I agreed. It is great, even the cheeky letter to dictators around the world. Just go an buy a copy.


..terrible typos -sorry - still drinking first coffee of day.


I visited a very interesting site, they have a vast collection of books which have been categories and are presented to viewers in an easy-to-search format. You should check it out.



There are so many ways governments waste people's money. Here is one iWantMyMoneyBack.com

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