Discussion in 'SMB' started by walter mitty, Apr 5, 2012.
I'd rather discuss your spelling of argument
blood boiling stuff for some mate. grim future imo
no you wouldnt
You shouldny believe everything you read in that comic Walter
its fucked up is what it is
10 times as much? Certain the DM is employing its usual outrageous exagerration tactics. But even if it costs a private sector employee twice as much (which it surely does) the Unions and their members need to recognise a good thing when they see one and call off the strike. The government are home and dry on this one.
Some people were in the right at the right time. Pity for anyone trying to build a pension fund now. Nothing much to debate WM unless you have a solution.
Plenty public sector on here who still think the government are trying to shaft them and who intend to strike.
im public sector and my pension contributions are going up and id obviously rather they werent, but all this is boring and hurts my head thinking about it!
whatever will be will be!
it's too far away to worry about! i dont really give a fk
for the record, i never get a bonus or owt like that, im sure there are perks in the private sector
Pulling out of the strike are we?
The government are actually shafting them but the whole set-up is too incompetent to come to a realistic conclusion. We've been talking about the demographic timebomb for a good 20 years now so although I don't like it I understand we need to live with it. Not keen on the gloaters though and since we'll essentially have no ongoing Defined Benefits schemes after 2016 it will be a sorrier country to live in.
jesus fucking wept man
I am disgusted whenever I hear of the public sector possibly striking over pensions. A large percentage of the people they inconvinience are the ones who are actually funding the said pensions through tax from private sector jobs, the same people who will probably not get half of what the strikers are crying about.
hole in one
Does he think there is something funny about what I said? The pious and deluded rants for the unions are becoming more ridiculous by the day. It's usually a scouse of cockney jobsworth with no grasp of finance or the economy that say everyone is entitled to ridicoulous pensions that will rape the treasury because of 'greedy bankers'. Clueless.
Do you disagree that it will still be a comparatively very generous scheme?
Separate names with a comma.