Posted: 26/06/2016 at 22:27
Don't get me started on 'baby boomers'. What a lot of the younger generation do not realise is that, many of us working class (not all thick) as some people llike to think went out to work at 15 years old and have done 40 years work in my case, so have earned what ever they get today. Also regarding Brexit nobody mentioned the countries that are waiting to join will they meet the criteria or will it be fiddled like it was for the Greeks to join and look at the mess it has got them into. They have to pay back an instalment on the bailout shortly that will be interesting. The EU was already proposing to raise the budget. They will miss our contribition.
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I can't use a link, as I don't subscribe to The Times on-line version but if you can get a copy of yesterday's edition, do read the article on page 28 by Giles Coren, the title of which is "Wrinklies have well and truly stitched us up";
If I were to write to him, this is what I'd say:-
Dear Mr Coren - I read with interest your article and have decided to alter my will as a result. I will now sell my house and other assets, and use the proceeds and my savings to spend the remainder of my life travelling round the world on cruise ships. First Class, of course. I won't leave a thing to any member of my family (or anybody/any charity) as not only will they not appreciate my past efforts and I won't, as you quite correctly say, be around to see them reap the benefits of an inheritance.