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The slow death of the pension pot

If George Osborne carries on hacking at tax relief, we’ll need to find new ways to save for our old age

13 February 2016

9:00 AM

13 February 2016

9:00 AM

Scrapping the cuts to tax credits. Ring-fencing health care, and spending a few billion on a high-speed rail link from London to Birmingham. Despite all the howls of outrage from the left about austerity, for a country that was meant to be broke, we have a government that still throws around a lot of cash.

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