Eligible vs entitled

In the dictionary the meaning of eligible and entitled are very similar.

But in practise, being eligible for something doesn’t necessarily mean the same as being entitled to it.

An MP and his partner might have been eligible for a taxpayer funded trip

But when the MP’s colleagues had warned Chirs Carter about his spending it suggests they thought he and his partner were taking more than they were entitled to.

2 Responses to Eligible vs entitled

  1. Pique Oil says:

    They both start with E don’t they!
    The average MP is so busy preening its ego that they would not look beyond the first letter.


  2. J.R.M. says:

    What could we as taxpayers expect from such a deviousand deviant socialist polition.His ex Leader also showed a distinct lack of moral rectidude. J.R.M.


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