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Who Is On Par With Tony Blair

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GLENYS KINNOCK, the new minister for Europe, has amassed six publicly funded pensions worth £185,000 per year with her husband Neil, the former leader of the Labour party.

They have already received up to £8m of taxpayers’ money in pay and allowances, he as a European commissioner and she as a member of the European parliament.

The pair are already drawing payments from three of their taxpayer-funded pensions. Glenys Kinnock, 64, soon to be elevated to the House of Lords alongside her husband, is collecting a teacher’s pension and from next month is entitled to another from Brussels with an estimated annual value of £48,000.

Lord Kinnock, 67, is receiving one pension as a former MP and a second for his service in Brussels, together worth more than £112,000.

Read the rest at: Glenys and Neil

Neill Kinnock brought in to investigate corruption in The Commission and immediately sacked The Chief Accountant for whistle blowing. :rolleyes:

TBH the Kinnocks are a front to Socialism which they rigorously defended. :blink:

During their time in Brussels both Kinnocks claimed a housing allowance on top of their incomes, even though they lived in the same home. This alone would have netted the couple almost £600,000 over 10 years.

“The Kinnocks are Brussels’s very own Lord and Lady Expenses,” said Mats Persson of Open Europe, the London-based think tank that calculated the Kinnocks’ earnings.

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Thanks for posting but . . .

It just gets worse doesn't it . . . the more you know.

In answer to the thread title (Who Is On A Par With Tony Blair) . . one can only think of people like Imelda Marcos . . . but at least she wasn't gung-ho for war . . .

Depressing.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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      • down 2.5%
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