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Doctors and Public Sector Pensions

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Johnysid | 19:51 Wed 30th May 2012 | News
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Doctors say they are going to strike over pensions: http://blogs.telegrap...need-a-reality-check/

How many people think that £50,000+ per annum as a pension, financed by tax from largely private sector workers on the median income of about £27000 per annum, and who will get no pension, is fair or affordable? Public Sector pensions got out of control under Labour who allowed public sector pension liabilities to EXCEED 1 TRILLION POUNDS (a worse liability than the banking crisis) See http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14134847.

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they are not living in the real world.
This multi-millionairre government can afford to take on the NHS doctors.....they will still have their private hospitals and doctors to rely on.
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The link to the trillion pound pension liability is: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14134847
£54000 a year and a lump sum of over £162000...and they think they are hard done by.......they should try living in the real world, would do them good!

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