Re: Paranoid, moi?
Not the money in the country? What is UK GDP? It is roughly another £1 trillion above that. Not sure you've actually been counting either when I come to think of it.
The under investment comes through choice, not need. There has been no need for the cuts in the last 9 years. Investment when the economy is tight by the government is a proven measure to boost the economy. If voters weren't so easily persuaded that government finances have any relationship to a household budget those in power would not get away with the great con they persist with.