RAF rescue falls; government prefers to spend sterling on EU
Image: RAF SARF
“Everyone who’s looked up and seen a big yellow helicopter with RAF Rescue written on it – you can’t get better than that. It connects the armed forces with the society from which they are drawn. Or rather, it did.”
The British Government will no longer fund RAF search and rescue, while continuing to send millions of £ sterling every day - £12 billion per year - to the European Union.
The EU then pays British politicians such as Neil Kinnock and his wife £ millions in salaries and pensions, as revealed by the Daily Mail.
In contrast, the article on RAF search and rescue teams teems with descriptions of selfless heroism.