Much has been made of the Government’s taxpayer funded campaign encouraging voters to back remaining in the EU.
The Leave side predictably went ballastic when details emerged of the 14-page booklet sent to every household in the UK at a cost of £9m.
Leading Brexiteers Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage also presumably received the handy document explaining why Britain Is Stronger In.
Which brings us neatly to Now: Pensions.
For news reaches WSJ Towers that the auto-enrolment provider was recently delivered of a reminder from the Pensions Regulator.
TPR helpfully pointed out the firm – which runs auto-enrolment for nearly a million savers – was due to enrol its own staff.
In what must surely be a calculating dig, the letter helpfully recommends Government-backed scheme Nest as a potential provider.
It is unknown how chief executive Morten Nilsson reacted upon opening the letter suggesting his own staff save with a rival firm.
But the WSJ assumes he took the opportunity to test the strength of the blades of the nearest shredder.