RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Your bill, sir, £394bn... service not included. Like most of you, I can't get my head around the astronomical sums of that have been thrown at Covid-19 | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Your bill, sir, £394bn... service not included. Like most of you, I can't get my head around the astronomical sums of that have been thrown at Covid-19

Doesn’t sound much when you say it quickly, does it? £394 billion. Three hundred and ninety-four billion.

Three hundred and ninety-four billion. Three hundred and ninety-four billion.

Call it £400 billion for cash, love, and take one for yourself.

Like most of you, I can’t even begin to get my head around the astronomical sums of money that have been thrown at Covid.

Depending on who you believe, Britain now has the biggest national debt since the financial crisis of 2008, World War II or the Norman Conquest.

You pays your money . . .

And, trust me, you will pay your money, one way or the other.

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