Robin Ellison: English usage, pensions regulation and a board game for Christmas

PP’s regular columnist rails against poor standards of English and over-regulation

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In the latest in his series of monthly columns for Professional Pensions, Robin Ellison takes a wide-ranging look at pensions.

How to read a deed (US version) ‘If a sign at the entrance to a zoo says ‘come see the elephant, lion, hippo, and giraffe,' and a temporary sign is added saying ‘the giraffe is sick,' you would ...

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