View Full Version : we're all in this together part 12 [or is it 13?]

22nd June 2011, 10:59 PM
The are over SIX MILLION local government workers who are having there final salary pension schemes taken away and replaced with the much less valuable career average schemes.

these include civil servants, teachers, government workers, NHS staff, the armed forces, police, firefighters and judges.

But there are 625 public sector workers who have NOT been forced to downgrade their pensions and remain on their final salary schemes.

who are these special people ?????

yes, youve guessed it. . . . . . .

MP's !!!!!!!!!!!!!

San Diego
22nd June 2011, 10:59 PM
Dah-ling..... you really need some lighter reading material......

McDUB BOY aka Superal
23rd June 2011, 08:58 AM
Why do we put up with this crap ,shakes head, NICE ONE JIMMY

23rd June 2011, 11:42 AM
I have a vision for the rest of us, I can envisage a day when we cant afford to retire so we will work up until we die at our work stations and as our bodies are being dragged out of the building another drone will replace us until they die....the cycle of life!!!.

educated, (poorly, only taught how to answer questions, not ask them).
Work (and astruggle on minimum wage regardless of position)
Work (pay that inflated mortgage, a shoe box that will fall apart quicker than you do).
Work (no sign of retirement, the age limit has been upped yet again, but you couldnt really live if you did anyway)
Die (at work, having had no experience of leisure as its too expensive)

These people are certainly living up to the their name "members" of Parliament.

23rd June 2011, 11:20 PM
It is quite worrying - where have all the revolutioniaries gone?
True too Mr Clay that they are educatiing people to answer questions.....untruthfully at that .... and discouraged from asking
Is there anyone left who truly believes in their political party ...or a leader of a party ..or an MP
If this is how we feel now ...HOW are we going to feel by the next elections....

24th June 2011, 11:30 AM
This is the sort of government thats gives democracy the bad name it already has.............no wonder when we try & impose it worldwide no-one takes us seriously........... :roll:

24th June 2011, 11:54 AM
All I can say is the people voted em in :banghead::banghead: :evil:

30th June 2011, 07:49 PM
looks like the politicians are heading off a potential row. Even though there are no plans formulated, 'of course' politicians will have to have there pensions looked at too.
they say that like it was always going to be that way. they're lying. it's only because they can see how it could cause a public outcry. there was never any intention to do anything but feather their nests even more.