Category Archives: Brexit

Let’s not slide back into the swamp!

After what they must consider a “decent period”, the insurers and the bankers have reappeared from the slimy depths like Grendel out to wreak revenge on consumers protected too long by Europe. The insurance and pensions industry is calling for … Continue reading

Posted in Bankers, Big Government, Brexit, pensions | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Let the Lady speak for me (on Brexit)

I was a silent remainer. I have been a Liberal most of my life, voted Liberal in #GE2019 and am proud to know Ros Altmann and Gina Miller as friends. Yesterday I bowed in front of the Throne in the … Continue reading

Posted in Brexit, pensions | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

The wheels of the law turn (too) slowly

@henryhtapper @NJM71 @mk14steve @RedCircleFP @RAF_IFA Back in Jan ’18, 4 pension scammers were ordered to pay back millions they stole from hundreds of victims. And now 9 months later these crooks have been banned from acting as trustees. NINE MONTHS! … Continue reading

Posted in advice gap, Blogging, Brexit, pensions | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

In the battle of Brexit – are we the home guard?

Recently I went to the Battle of Ideas Festival. It made me think how we might make a good pensions system work for Britain (we usually think the other way round). Most political ideas revolve around Brexit, so why not … Continue reading

Posted in Brexit, pensions | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

“Britain’s future is brighter than the British realise!” – Dr Pippa Malmgren

This is a blog by Pippa Malmgren. I met her through the good folk at Mallowstreet and she is my favourite economic commentator bar none. So I’m really pleased she’s agreed for me to republish this remarkable work here.   … Continue reading

Posted in Brexit, pensions | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment