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But my relatives that live in southern Europe all year round need their winter fuel allowance. And they should be entitled to it, they paid into the system for their entire life, well apart from the fact that they retired at 55 with a nice fat pension... anyway entitled I tell ya!

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But my relatives that live in southern Europe all year round need their winter fuel allowance. And they should be entitled to it, they paid into the system for their entire life, well apart from the fact that they retired at 55 with a nice fat pension... anyway entitled I tell ya!

Of course I agree

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The think tank believes the elderly have received 'special treatment' and are more or less exempt from the cuts, while young people and families have been hit with tuition fees, tax rises and changes to child benefit.

Some think tank that. They should stay in their tank.

No mention of the people between young and old and that's made very noticeable. Probably intentional as an indirect way to focus on the dreaded boomers.

At any rate the sums quoted as likely to be saved are miniscule and as a drop in the ocean compared to the £hundreds of billions even £trillions being lavished on the bankers and their ilk who bankrupted the country.

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