In a few years’ time there will be no schools, no universities, no hospitals, no new roads, no GPs, no armed forces, no libraries and no anything else.

What nonsense is this, you ask.

Sorry, but it’s not nonsense.

Let me explain. The problem is the pension expectations of public sector workers (civil servants and so on).

Public sector workers probably think that their pension money is tucked away in a big brass bound chest somewhere – ready for them to collect.

Well, it isn’t.

The Government has spent all the pension money.

And it now…


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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: