Category Archives: ELDERLY UK POLICY

Super Delux Pension Supplement.

This is a continuation of my blogs on welfare benefits.   It directly follows on from the last post. ( You can see all the posts on this subject by clicking on “Welfare Benefits “ in the Tag Cloud )  The Last … Continue reading

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Super Delux Pension !

This is a continuation of my blogs on welfare benefits.   ( You can see all the posts on this subject by clicking on “Welfare Benefits “ in the Tag Cloud )   But now I am moving away from all the … Continue reading

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The Overall Retirement Benefits Picture?

This is a continuation of my blogs on welfare benefits.   ( You can see all the posts on this subject by clicking on “Welfare Benefits “ in the Tag Cloud ) I have been reading, researching and writing about welfare … Continue reading

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Another Benefit Loophole

This is a continuation of my blogs on welfare benefits.   ( You can see all the posts on this subject by clicking on “Welfare Benefits “ in the Tag Cloud ) Now I am becoming a well read benefits expert, … Continue reading

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LLLP SIMPLIFIES WELFARE BENEFITS

This is a continuation of my recent blogs on welfare benefits.   ( You can see all the posts on this subject by clicking on “Welfare Benefits “ in the Tag Cloud ) The LAST LAUGH LOONY PARTY will adopt a totally … Continue reading

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Demography Benefits Sequal

This is a follow-on from my previous two blogs.    They chart the changes in society since the Second World War and  the introduction of the Beveridge Report recommendations. Mr. Bartholomew’s book “The Welfare State we’re in” reaches the conclusion that … Continue reading

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Demographics of Benefits Continued

This is a follow-on from my previous blog.    It charts the changes in society since the Second World War and  the introduction of the Beveridge Report recommendations. The ‘you-can-have-it-all’ attitudes of the Baby Boomer generation turned welfare benefits into ‘ … Continue reading

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