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- How vaccines are delivered – expert questions – expert answers.
- Maintenance payments are not a benefit, they are a carer’s and a child’s right
- “Assumptions are dangerous” – Bromwich on USS
- Moral hazard and the “compo culture”- must good pay for bad?
- Are we “too old – too fat” – or are we just not managing Covid too well?
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- @HigherEdActuary @TheActuaryMag @MikeOtsuka @pickfos I am sure he will be his usual even- handed self- I look forwa… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…Restoring confidence in pensions 12 hours ago
- @RButcherptl @JosephineCumbo How about scrapping fast track for DB so that corporates can properly sponsor DC workplace pensions!Restoring confidence in pensions 12 hours ago
- @HelloMcQueen @JosephineCumbo Or switch to CDC as the way to turn pots back into pensions?Restoring confidence in pensions 12 hours ago
- @HigherEdActuary @TheActuaryMag @MikeOtsuka @pickfos I wonder what John’s answers to these questions will be.Restoring confidence in pensions 12 hours ago
Monthly Archives: May 2011
This egregious sentiment from Big Hair. And collectivism?? Ever since the blessed Lady Thatcher, I’ve seen nothing to persuade me that it’s not just “all about me”. Harrumph…. We had our 25,000th visitor to this blog last week, nearly 2500 … Continue reading
I would no sooner put next year’s football predictions in the hand of my son than he would in mine Continue reading
960,000 people reach 65 in this country this year- the first of a series of baby-boom Tsunamis; we have laid out the retirement carpet for them, but the carpet’s faded and full of holes Continue reading
Gott und Himmell ve vill make their little winkels into frankfurters.
I’m seeing the great Lou Reed singing next month at the Hammersmith Apollo. When they come to write the book on how to compose a rock and roll lyric, the first page should read Standing on the corner, Suitcase in … Continue reading
An interesting picture is beginning to emerge which suggests that the subjective satisfaction scores given by schemes in relation to their consultant may be inversely related to the value delivered through default solution design Continue reading
My son uses barcode apps and taught me over the weekend . It’s time we woke up and swiped our coffee- literally and metaphorically.