The UK Parliament voted to cut the EU budget.
Now I see countries who get more out than they put in saying the budget must be increased to promote growth.
Every pound or Euro they spend has to be taken from taxpayers somewhere. Why are they better at spending it than the people who earned the money in the first place? EU spending does not and is not promoting growth. The EU is in recession.
Indeed, many of the EU’s policies are preventing a proper recovery by EU economies, because they make countries in the EU less competitive in world markets. The EU prefers unemployment to policies that promote growth – policies like cheap energy.
Just stop the build up of government debt, and let people spend more of their own money.
The UK should dig in against the budget plans.