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Thread: Minister Noonan a two face political hypocrite (Pensions Anyone?)

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    Default Minister Noonan a two face political hypocrite (Pensions Anyone?)

    That horrible little man Minister Noonan moans that the low uptake of private pensions is major cause of concern for the Government

    Low take-up of private pensions a cause for concern – Noonan - Pensions, Personal Finance - Independent.ie
    Low take-up of private pensions a cause for concern – Noonan
    "THE relatively low take-up of private pensions is a major concern for the Government, Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said."

    This is the Minister who in a "legal" act of theft, stole and abused the Pension Levy, it didn't matter if private pensions he "stole" from were in deficit or not he thieved from them anyway. What a two faced political hypocrite! He doesn't care a whit about the damage his act of "legal" theft created

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    It is a major concern... Often referred to as "the pensions timebomb"... Any of this ringing a bell?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcos the black View Post
    It is a major concern... Often referred to as "the pensions timebomb"... Any of this ringing a bell?
    Its the least of his problems, he will have collected his own long before its a problem

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    After public sector pensions were cut and private pensions raided extra money was put in the banks pension scheme.

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    Is this a pincer movement?..

    Labour recently discusses introducing mandatory private pension schemes for all employees.

    Noonan discusses his concern over low-uptake of private pensions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrFunkyBoogaloo View Post
    Is this a pincer movement?..

    Labour recently discusses introducing mandatory private pension schemes for all employees.

    Noonan discusses his concern over low-uptake of private pensions.
    Yep, Joan was on about it a month ago

    Private sector would have to opt out of pensions under plan - Pensions, Personal Finance - Independent.ie

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    Quote Originally Posted by venusian View Post
    That horrible little man Minister Noonan moans that the low uptake of private pensions is major cause of concern for the Government

    Low take-up of private pensions a cause for concern – Noonan - Pensions, Personal Finance - Independent.ie
    Low take-up of private pensions a cause for concern Noonan
    "THE relatively low take-up of private pensions is a major concern for the Government, Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said."

    This is the Minister who in a "legal" act of theft, stole and abused the Pension Levy, it didn't matter if private pensions he "stole" from were in deficit or not he thieved from them anyway. What a two faced political hypocrite! He doesn't care a whit about the damage his act of "legal" theft created

    Two words to shut that repulsive creep Noonan up. Brigid McCole.

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    When did Michael Noonan turn into a horrible little man,

    I thought our witty,elder statesman was very popular indeed,

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    Quote Originally Posted by turdsl View Post
    When did Michael Noonan turn into a horrible little man,

    I thought our witty,elder statesman was very popular indeed,
    He's very popular amongst people who understand arithmetic. Sadly this rules out most on this site - including you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wishywashy View Post
    Two words to shut that repulsive creep Noonan up. Brigid McCole.
    Though no fan of FG I am heartily sick of the McCole issue being thrown into every thread regarding Noonan, regardless of the thread topic. Discuss it in on an appropriate thread, please.

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