Tuesday, 3 April 2007

Brown attacked over increased longevity

Gordon Brown has come under fire for presiding over an unprecedented increase in life expectancy and the row has raised fresh questions about how the Chancellor would run the Government if he becomes Prime Minister. Furious pensioner Harry Gillman slammed Brown over the news. "I'm 65 now. Thanks to that Brown I've got another sixteen years to go. If I had known I would have got myself a private pension," he complained. "My wife is particularly upset because she expected me to be dead by now," he added.

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