Tag Archives: Monty Python

Osborne needs a killer rabbit!

There are two ways to get money into a private pension you can pay the money in yourself as a deduction from pay you can have money paid on your behalf by your employer. Of the two, by far the … Continue reading

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Is work – are pensions (and is life) fair?

Reading the scope of the DWP Select Committee’s new enquiry into intergenerational fairness had me grasping for my video copy of the Meaning of Life. The inquiry aims to answer the question of whether the current generation of people in … Continue reading

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Boom Bust Boom

I went to the Imax this week (great cinema) to see Boom Bust Boom. I was a guest of Cardano, the Dutch fiduciary manager and I had a good time. One thing I’ve learned about the meeja, is that if … Continue reading

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“This Monty Python – is he one of ours?”

There hasn’t been much of the Thatcher tribute Tsunami that I’ll remember, the eulogies are self-serving, the future’s more interesting than the past. But the story of the speech writer trying to explain the “dead parrot” sketch to Thatcher is … Continue reading

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