Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Pay Through the Nose

Columnist, Richard Littlejohn, has an interesting slant on the value-for-money of our public services this morning in the Daily Mail. He writes:

"Just imagine walking into a restaurant and being handed a large bill before you've even looked at the menu. The maitre d' tells you that unless you pay up immediately, he's calling the police. "

In characteristic Littlejohn style he comes straight to the point, that paying out taxes for public services like dentists, GPs a decent education for our children and even rubbish collection, doesn't actually entitle us to those services. I won't spoil it for you, so read on...

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