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Tag Archives: David Cameron
I write at 6 am, at exactly the point when “vote leave won”. There will be many blogs written trying to make sense of the vote, this will not be one of them. I voted remain and at mid-day yesterday, … Continue reading
BHS and Tata Steel; they have a lot in common BHS is a failed retailer, a tired brand with 11,000 employees and a medium sized pension scheme with a hole in it. Tata Steel is a failed steelmaker, an iconic business … Continue reading
I am a frugal man, the £3.50 I paid for this morning’s FT was grudgingly passed to my newsagent. But I wanted to capture the headline and read about Josephine’s reporting of a meeting with my friends Andy Agethangelou and … Continue reading
“Pensions are impossible to understand and are harming Britons’ efforts to save the right amount of cash for later life” Andy Haldane the Bank of England’s chief economist admitted last night. Since I have made it my job, as Founder of … Continue reading
Yesterday was the first parliamentary test of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership. He created history by crowd-sourcing 6 questions from over 40,000 submitted him by people like you and me. Because these questions were from ordinary people, they were treated with respect. … Continue reading
This election was brutal. Gregg McClymont knew his fate but Steve Webb’s defeat was a shock to us all – sadly electors don’t wear pension goggles. Just as we were resigning ourselves to BAU, David Cameron announced Ros Altmann’s appointment … Continue reading
Ros Altmann is our new pension minister, this is unequivocally good news. For years people have been poking fun at Ros Altmann for her claims to be a Government Advisor. Between 2001 and 2005 she was an advisor to no … Continue reading