Ministers in desperate bid to cover up massive military pensions error

News of this kind of treatment has already become public. I was among many who signed a petition calling for one serviceman to be allowed to have his pension after the government terminated his employment days before he was due to qualify for it – and that petition was successful.
So the story here is that, despite seeing public anger at this policy, the government is pushing ahead with it regardless.

2 thoughts on “Ministers in desperate bid to cover up massive military pensions error

  1. Joseph Smith

    I also signed the petition to have this mans pension restored. Look we pay these useless MPs, Lords and civil servant idiots in the MOD. It’s time control of our money raised by taxes was brought more under our control. 11% pay rise for MPs? NO. £300 pounds for Lords signing in ? NO. Get the petitions started guys and tell these bloated useless lazy b…..ds where they get off. 1. Reduce MPs pay by 10% no pay off for losing your seat, that’s your tough shit. Reduce the number of MPs by 200 by merging constituencies. MPs pensions to be removed, let the b…..ds invest as we do. MPs pay to be decided by a committee of laymen not Sirs, or those connected to government, I.E, a tradesmen, shopkeeper, retiree, and a professional. Lords to be paid by the hour only whilst actually in the House of Lords and awake, to that of £20 per hour.
    I’m really fed up with these lazy idle SOBs milking the system whilst others have legally awarded benefits reduced or removed, some 4000 of whom find suicide a solution a fact the DWP hides at all costs. In short get rid of these corrupt lazy lying fraudulent Fascist swine.

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