Why was financial reform a matter of such concern to William pitt in the years 1784 To 1793?
Pitts concern with the financial situation of Britain was not with out reason. In 1783, the Government expenditure exceeds the national income by £10.8 million. This would however drop when expenditures on the armed forces would be cut due to the sing of peace terms, but worrying still was the fact that income to the exchequer was actually falling largely because
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larger sums were required on less favourable terms. It then expired in the 1820s. But this should not overshadow the importance it played to reform the confidence in the British Nation.
Pitts concern and pursuit of financial reform was not with out fault. Pitts successful reform had not only made Brittain a better place to live and do buissness with but had kept him in in office and had made him a very succssefull man.