Tag Archives: #GE17

Remorse or anger? How do Tories feel this morning?


I voted conservative. I didn’t like the candidate (Mark Field), I didn’t like the campaign and I didn’t like myself . I simply felt no confidence in other options. Now, like many who lay dazed from exit poll to the … Continue reading

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“How we’re paid” is top of #GE17 agenda


If there is a debate going on over who next Governs Britain, how we get paid – as workers and pensioners, is at the heart of it. BREXIT may be the most important political issue , but we are no … Continue reading

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Are pension advice tax-exemptions washed-up?


Snapped up or washed up – what’ll be left of the Finance bill? Here’s some correspondence from one of my most reliable correspondents. We’ve been told that the current finance bill (longest in history) will now be rushed through in … Continue reading

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Snap elections – people – and policy! #GE17


Snapping people The cost of a snap general election will be highest for the politicians, their advisers  and their families who lose their livelihoods on June 8th. It is tough on MPs, especially those who joined since the 5 year term … Continue reading

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