‘We’re voting Labour over pension U-turn’
LIFELONG Tory supporters have vowed to vote Labour in next week’s election over the Government’s annuity betrayal.
They have switched allegiance after the Treasury axed plans to let people turn their paltry monthly pension incomes into a lump sum.
Money Mail reader Lionel Kaye described it as a ‘terrible U-turn without any consultation with voters’. Meanwhile, Steve Vince wrote: ‘I was expecting to be able to pay off my mortgage. Now, it looks like I will have to keep working for another five years.
‘The Conservatives have lost my vote.’ Graham Newman echoed this, adding: ‘My wife and I decided not to vote Tory because of their U- turn on annuities.’