Savers will be offered pensions “with expensive, and confusing fees”, following a dramatic climbdown by the pensions minister, Steve Webb, over charges.
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Tuesday 21 March 1995
The Grand National meeting, which starts a fortnight on Thursday, will provide a swift opportunity for several of the horses that failed to collect at Cheltenham.
Friday 15 July 1994
INEQUALITY of wealth has increased dramatically since 1979, with the richest 10 per cent of the population becoming 60 per cent richer and the poorest 20 per cent no better off, government figures published yesterday reveal.
Thursday 17 June 1993
LAMONT'S revenge - at the uses suggested for him in the Creativity column - squeezed us out last week. So here is all you need to know about words, hats and squirrels.
Howard returns to face criticism of DoE inaction: Minister on another overseas trip as concern grows over environment policy
Saturday 01 May 1993
MICHAEL Howard, the Secretary of State for the Environment, last night returned from his fourth overseas visit in less than two months to face rising concern and criticism about environmental policy at home.
Father's quest for boy who vanished: Paul Abell believes that his son Gary, who went missing after a St Valentine's Day party, was abducted. Richard Smith reports
Friday 12 March 1993
EVERY day Paul Abell sets out to search for his teenage son whose disappearance after a party has baffled police.
Law Report: Adult cannot sue over abuse in childhood: Stubbings v Webb and another - House of Lords (Lord Templeman, Lord Bridge of Harwich, Lord Griffiths, Lord Ackner and Lord Slynn of Hadley), 16 December 1992
Tuesday 19 January 1993
Rape and indecent assault fell within the category of trespass to the person and claims for damages for personal injury founded on such allegations were subject to the six-year limitation period under section 2 of the Limitation Act 1980, and not to the three-year period applicable to accident cases under section 11, which was subject to discretionary extension by the court in certain circumstances.
Friday 15 January 1993
WORKING families with mortgages and the struggling self-employed are the 'new poor' to emerge from a select committee report on poverty during the Thatcher years.
Tuesday 15 September 1992
Sir: I was surprised to read Reggie Nadelson's article (10 September) criticising President Bush's claim to Truman's legacy in the light of Republican attacks on unions.
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