The day Osborne compromised the future of the British economy to win an election

In the 1997 budget, Chancellor Gordon Brown made an un-noticed technical change to the tax treatment of pension funds. It was the ultimate victimless crime, creating barely a ripple and raising £5 Billion per annum of tax revenues from faceless pension funds & city fat cats.

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