Tag Archives: Wales

GAD shows you can’t take “company” out of “company pensions” #TATA

So the mysterious volte face by the Government over the Tata Steel pensions rescue package is a mystery no more. The FT, led by super-snooper Jo Cumbo have unearthed the GAD submission to the DWP consultation on solutions to the … Continue reading

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Henley Royal Regatta – Warren Muggleton’s take

As some readers will know, the Pension PlayPen was on the river last week, including a day with the Muggletons! Warren (pictured in the blue blazer), is a budding sports journalist so I’m pleased to feature this account of his Henley. … Continue reading

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HAPPY RUGBY WINS!

As I seem to spend most of this weekend commuting from Central London to Eton on trains running through Twickenham, I have not been able to avoid the rugby world cup. I now know that West London is populated  entirely by Kiwis, Boks and Aussies … Continue reading

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Jack the Jouneyman; PlayPen nag up for the craic!

Thanks to Eamonn O’Connor, JLT’s top man and our good friend for leasing us his horse. Continue reading

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Are we managing our children’s financial expectations?

According to a recent RBS Survey, 59% of parents believe their children will be financially worse off than them in the future On average children believe they will earn £56,000 aged 35 – twice the average wage Only 5% of … Continue reading

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Mrs Higham’s letter

There are three things troubling me this morning  – four if you include the outcome of Wales v France in the Rugby World Cup. For the purposes of the next 1,000 words I’ll concentrate on them in reverse order of … Continue reading

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Gavin Henson – a proper father

Gavin Henson has a reputation for being vain and consequently superficial. He may be vain but he is not superficial.
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