Pensions crisis? What crisis?

There are tried and tested ploys used to effect radical change when resistance can be expected to be widespread.

15th October, 2005

There are tried and tested ploys used to effect radical change when resistance can be expected to be widespread. One is to insist that there is a crisis and the only or inevitable response - unpopular though it maybe - is the one that you are proposing.

This method works best when the issue is complicated and the resistance, though widespread, is not concentrated. It allows you to silence any growing opposition by churning out...

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