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More on pensions and a bit from the CBI

Here is a recent press release relating to a speech made last week by the CBI’s DG. The trenchant criticism of the government’s reform agenda is interesting in its own right. What needs a little exploration are the unsubstantiated assertions and claims about the beneficial nature of private sector involvement in public service delivery. There’s even a swipe at public sector pensions (please see my last blog on that issue) in the usual, broad and undifferentiated terms. Now, reform of some pension schemes in the public sector would be helpful, for instance why not start with some of the unfunded… Read more
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