They Are Coming For Our Pensions … And This Is How It Begins

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work-till-you-dieUnpaid work experience and apprenticeships for pensioners could soon be on the way as a report released earlier this month lays the groundwork for an attack on pensions.

The report, entitled A New Vision For Older Workers, was produced by Dr Ros Altmann, a former banker who is occassionally on television.  To anyone who has followed the ongoing destruction of an adequate benefits system for sick and disabled people it is chillingly familiar.

“Encouraging and enabling those who want to work longer is an idea whose time has come” the report declares before trotting out the exact same assumptions that were used to justify the introduction of vicious assessments – and eventually forced training, job search and workfare – for sick and disabled claimants.  Older people want to work according to the report, and of course, work is good for your health.  It then goes on to make dire…

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2 Responses to They Are Coming For Our Pensions … And This Is How It Begins

  1. loobitzh says:

    This is a doc similar to the one mentioned…. well worth circulating…..may be an earlier version but targeted at the over 50s
    https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/319872/fuller-working-lives.pdf

    also found this one: Some sort of concocted survey preporting to be sort of accurate!!! Yea and Pigs Fly…..
    https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/394642/attitudes-over-50s-fuller-working-lives.pdf

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