One of Britain’s biggest unions — which has campaigned fiercely against government cutbacks to public sector pensions — is to cut back its scheme for its own staff, The Times has learnt.
Unison, which represents 1.3 million local government and NHS workers, can no longer afford its final-salary scheme for employees and has set out initial proposals to cut costs.
So now it's starting to become apparent to even the unions that there is no such thing as a money tree. I wonder how it feels to union employees to taste the bitter hypocrisy of working for an organisation that calls for benefits for other people that it won't even grant to its own staff. And I wonder how people who have to deal with these cunts are going to enjoy, savour and probably masturbate over calling them to account over their fucking hypocrisy.
And perhaps, when union members reflect on the death of their final salary pension schemes, I wonder whether they will draw any conclusions about Gorgon's raiding of pension schemes to fund his "progressive agenda" of "social justice" and wonder if it was really worth it.
Tip of the clown wig to Timmy.