That's right, the UK Government has scandalously spent £125,554,393,254 since 2019.
As Chancellor and now Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak has had responsibility for government spending for almost all of this period.
It's easy to become numb to the scale and frequency of the Government's fiscal ineptitude and dodginess, and all at a time when ordinary people struggle to pay bills and public services are crumbling.
The total does not include the catastrophic hit to public finances from the Government’s Brexit deal which has crippled businesses, slowed economic growth, and is estimated to be costing around £100bn per year. Similarly, the total does not include the titanic economic cost of the disastrous mini-budget which increased bills for mortgage payers across the country and which ended Liz Truss’ premiership after 6 weeks.
It does, however, include figures like the devastating £290m sunk on the Government’s cruel, unworkable and unlawful Rwanda Deal. It also includes a whopping £2.3bn spent on cancelled parts of HS2, and £50m spent on a new helicopter for top Tories.
We'll keep it updated as new revelations come to light so check back to get the latest eye-watering figure. What's clear is that every day this government remains in power is more money wasted. Find out what we're doing about it at GetVoting.org.
The total figure is an estimate using publicly available data. You can find the full list of scandalous spending along with sources here.
We’ve categorised each entry as either a Crony Contract (such as giving government contracts to Conservative chums), a Duff Deal (like blowing billions on stuff that doesn’t work) or an Outrageous Outgoing (including spending silly money on interior design).
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