July 8, 2017

Crash payments for British drivers are 17 times higher than other nations. That was the shocking finding of an in-depth investigation by leading alt-right T&A paper the Daily Mail (click here for full details – or just get on with reading our handy summary).

According to the Royal Agricultural College (RAC), pay-outs to people who need long term care can add up to a lavish £10m compared with just £6m in France or Germany where they don’t even have £s! While in communist sharia-law hellhole Sweden the spongers are lucky if they get £600,000

Throwing cash at people like this simply means that decent able bodied motorists have to fork out hand over fist for our motor insurance. It’s a scandal on the same scale as foreign aid, and frankly it has to stop, or decent law abiding citizens will be forced to riot.

It’s stuff like quadriplegics and the Ethiopian Spice Girls (ESG) that’s led to insurance costing more in the UK (despite the recent Leave vote) than it does in the fascist superstate across the channel.

That and putting up the rate of Insane Punishment Tax (IPT), which HMG has been reluctantly forced to do because of that note they found back after the last Labour government that said how they’d spent all the money.

It’s got so bad that Compare the Supermeerkat reckon motor insurance premiums have increased 20% in the past two years. Which is quite bad, really.

Steve Goodies of the RAC says: “The nation’s 38 million drivers are all too well aware of the high cost of insurance, and we pay more for our insurance than our continental cousins.” If that’s fair, Bankstone News will be a monkey’s unkle.

Thankfully we’ll soon be leaving Europe and won’t have to think about stuff like that anymore. And, let’s face it, thinking about things nobody’s idea of a good time, least of all Bankstone News’s.


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