Britain is a sink of corruption — moral, intellectual and financial

Screen Shot 2015-04-20 at 07.33.42And it’s all perfectly legal, explains Dalrymple, who cites the country’s fake charities. The distinction between charity and government has in Britain

been blurred to the point of eradication by the fact that government, local or national, is often the largest contributor to charities—sometimes, indeed, almost the only one.

Great white shirk: Paul Marshallsea tries to get to grips with a longstanding problem of work-related stress

Great white shirk: Paul Marshallsea went on a two-month Australian holiday in an effort to get to grips with a longstanding problem of work-related stress

Who are often the principal beneficiaries of the state-funded ‘charities’? Their skiving employees. Take the case of Paul Marshallsea and his ‘work-related stress’:

Staff costs of the Pant & Dowlais Boys & Girls Club last year amounted to 63 percent of the club’s income. It is likely that the Marshallseas were well-paid; Australia is one of the most expensive countries…and two-month holidays there…don’t come cheap. Sick leave is fully paid, so the charity funded the couple’s holiday.

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