20 February 2009

Labour raids your pension


While the Labour cabinet positions itself for life after Moses, forgetting that some will loose their seats at the election, a raid on pension funds is planned from those us lucky enough to have just one home:

Partnership for Schools, the government body responsible for the £55 billion building programme, has approached several local authorities to ask for emergency cash from pension funds because private finance has dried up.

The funds, worth £100 billion, cover final-salary pensions for two million council staff including social workers, cleaners, refuse collectors, lollipop ladies and town hall officials.

No stone will be left unturned as Brown destroys the fabric of the UK!

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