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Out of Context

“I am a great believer in selective assassination, preferably with a gun.”

Retirement Income Reform Campaign director Dr Oonagh McDonald ponders ways of changing the Government’s dogmatic position on forced annuitisation

“Can everybody turn off their mobile phones to avoid waking the person next to them if they’re asleep during the conference?”

Clarkson Hill chief executive Ron Pritchard manages the expectations of his audience

“That last clip there was a bit hard for me to watch.”

Clarkson Hill director of strategy and development (and very Scottish) Bill Moncrieff plays a clip of England’s 1966 World Cup win

“Was there a string quartet? I thought it was a tape.”

The live music at last week’s Cover awards didn’t make much of an impact on Bright Grey’s Roger Edwards.


PBR: Tories claim Darling may have created new £2bn raid on pensions

The Conservatives are claiming the Chancellor’s move to bring forward the flat rating of the S2P to 2009 could amount to a new £2bn raid on pensions.Conservative Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Chris Grayling says the original deadline for the reform could have been as late as 2014 or 2015, the potential end of the […]

Trouble in paradox

The RDR strives to reach distribution nirvana but gets lost on the way


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