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Top buyers at the Ministry of Defense last year deposited nearly £ 200 million of taxpayers' money – including £ 4.7 million for a crashed submarine.

TOP brass in the Department of Defense last year paid nearly £ 200 million in taxpayers' tax – including £ 4.7 million for a crashed sub.
Costs of repairs on HMS Ambush could more than double after it hit a tanker from Gibraltar.
Alamy The MoD headquarters in Whitehall, London, where politicians with a red face try to justify their unimaginable budget expenditures Wayne Perry – The Sun question marks persist during the £ 1 million repair of HMS Triumph And £ 1 million of equipment could not are justified after a major adjustment of hunter-killer nuclear sub HMS Triumph.
Among other things, losses buried in annual accounts owed debts of £ 1 million for training by two unnamed foreign countries.
Ration packages worth £ 363,000 were unblocked after changes to the plans meant that they would not be used before the expiry date.
"Lost" gas bottles cost £ 3 million and £ 1.2 million overpaid amounts of military personnel were written off instead of recovered.
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The figures came to light when Defense Minister Gavin Williamson fought for more money.
James Price, of the Alliance of Taxpayers, said last night: "It is very disappointing that, despite so much goodwill towards our forces, this bureaucratic mess has made the taxpayers expensive again."
Gavin Williamson left with a red face after being "confused" by his own Siri & # 39; in the House of Commons
The Ministry of Defense emphasized: "We have saved almost £ 8 billion in efficiency gains since 2010. We are constantly analyzing where to invest our £ 36 billion budget and have robust processes to reduce inefficiencies where possible."
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