Chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander gave a speech on public service pensions to the Institute for Public Policy Research this afternoon. Here is what he said in full.
He said: Few subjects are as open to misunderstanding and misrepresentation as public service pensions. Pensions are vitally important to all of us, but they are also both complex and long-term. ...
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