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Why are nurses paying for bankers' mistakes?

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I just opted for the 2008 version of the pension just when Cameron got in. My deadline coincided with it. I was told we were short of practice nurses (too many retiring) so decided I'd like to work longer and get a reduced lump sum for the chance of a greater monthly sum. However, with the GP changes it looks as if I won't have job when my employer retires. This means I'll lose my house (ex council house mortgaged to age 70), and the ability to support 2 x adult children with disabilities (that the then Governement/Council did not have services in place to diagnose soon enough).

Posted date

24 August, 2011

Posted time

10:51 am

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