Monthly Archives: June 2016

WASPI Protesters Chant In Front of Westminster

Jun 30, 2016 |

Protesting against the lack of support for women almost to their retirement age, the Women Against State Pemsion Inequality (WASPI) had marched to Westminster to chant their protest anthem against the Government. Supporters from Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall had begun their protests as hundreds of others from across UK had chanted against the accelerated increase […more]

Pensions Timebomb: Arcadia Warns BHS Being “Stripped To Bone” Over Pensions

Jun 20, 2016 |

Sir Philip Green, the former owner of retail chain BHS, said the latter was being “stripped to the bone” as it didn’t have the cash to resolve its increasingly alarming pensions situation. During the meeting between Arcadia and MPs, Sir Philip Green’s protests that Pension Trustees had been “asleep at the wheel” was overshadowed by […more]

Former BHS Owner Promises To Resolve Pensions Mess

Jun 16, 2016 |

BHS Owner Sir Philip Green promised that he would personally see to it that the trouble of BHS’ pensions after its collapse would be resolved this year. According to the billionaire, his advisers are working on a “resolvable and sortable” solution that would allow 20,000 members their right to their pension scheme as promised by […more]

Gold Bars For Pensions? Bad or Good?

Jun 10, 2016 |

The UK’s Royal Mint has about 99.9 per cent purity in their gold. To qualify for use in an SIPP, gold must reach about 99.5 per cent purity. But gold does not have a great fanfare as before; gold had once dropped to $269 and had only increased lately at $1,253 per 100 grams. Should […more]