The UK government has been accused of wasting over 100 billion pounds on Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as on the HS2 railway line that has yet to be built. In addition, the government is facing criticism for its involvement in the ongoing war in the Ukraine, which has seen billions of pounds of taxpayer money being spent on a conflict that many believe the Ukraine will not win.
According to reports, many politicians in Parliament and the House of Lords are profiting from the sale of arms, with some of these weapons being resold on the black market to terrorist and guerrilla groups. The President of Nigeria has even gone on record to state that these weapons are causing instability in his country.
There are also allegations of corruption within the Conservative Party over PPE contracts, with Baroness Mone and Matt Hancock accused of profiting from the abuse of privilege and VIP lanes without any scrutiny. Baroness Mone has been accused of ripping off taxpayers to the tune of 29 million pounds and laundering the money, yet she has not been arrested for fraud and embezzlement. Hancock, meanwhile, has been accused of insider dealing and involvement in the mass murder of the elderly.
Critics have also pointed out that Hancock and other politicians and peers have shares in companies that supply drugs to the NHS, with doctors and nurses being paid to inject and murder people. The safety of the COVID-19 vaccines has also been called into question, with many claiming that they are unsafe and cause death.
Overall, the government has been accused of being a crime syndicate and being complicit in mass murder and corporate greed. It is not seen as the party of small business and enterprise, but rather as a criminal crime party that is inflicting the highest post-war tax demands on the electorate while making billions for hedge funds and doing nothing for the country or its people. Many have described the politicians involved as vile and evil, profiting from war and genocide while ordinary people watch their loved ones being euthanized on grounds of cost.