EXPRESS /// In a damning annual report, the European Court of Auditors warned funds dished out by Brussels may have been misspent, squandered or lost to corruption. The Luxembourg-based watchdog refused to give the 2019 EU budget a clean bill of health, warning it was plagued by widespread problems. Auditors issued an “adverse opinion” on the EU’s spending and branded more than half of last year’s EU £142 billion expenditure as “high-risk”. Their report concluded: “The effects of the errors we found are therefore both material and pervasive to the accepted expenditure of the year.”
News Links /// With this misspending of taxpayers money, it does make you wonder what else has been misspent over the decades. Nigel Farage always used to say that the accounts in the EU were never audited or signed off due to irregularities. This damming report show Nigel was right to say what he said. With the EU expecting money to be given by the British at the end of the transition period, should we refuse to pay over these irregularities? What’re your thoughts on this? Join the discussion below with your comments.
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