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The Great Pensions Robbery

by Alex Brummer

The Great Pensions Robbery Synopsis

Once Britain's pensions system was admired around the world. Now it is in tatters, and vast numbers of us face the grim choice of enduring a poverty-stricken future or working until we drop. What on earth went wrong? In The Great Pensions Robbery, award-winning journalist Alex Brummer ventures into the corridors of power to find out how politicians bent on penny-pinching, a bullied and ineffectual civil service, and highly placed but unscrupulous individuals all played their part in fatally undermining a 100-year-old system. And, as he convincingly argues, the story is very far from being over.

The Great Pensions Robbery Press Reviews

An impressively detailed examination ... also well worth a read for its breezy history of the government's role in pensions, from the creation of the first state pension in 1909 to the present day * Pensions Week * Written in the style of a gripping thriller * Pensions World * An easy read with a strong message * Financial World *

Book Information

ISBN: 9781847940384
Publication date: 3rd February 2011
Author: Alex Brummer
Publisher: Random House Business Books an imprint of Cornerstone
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 256 pages
Categories: Economic & financial crises & disasters, Pensions, Central government, Political parties,

About Alex Brummer

Alex Brummer is one of the UK's leading financial journalists and commentators. After a long and successful stint at the Guardian he moved to be City Editor at the Daily Mail in 2000. He has won prizes both as a foreign correspondent and economics writer. Awards received include Business Journalist of the Year 2006, Newspaper Journalist 2002 and Best City Journalist 2000. His books include Hanson: A Biography (Fourth Estate, 1994), Weinstock: The Life and Times of Britain's Premier Industrialist (HarperCollins, 1998) and The Crunch (Random House, 2008).

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