Kwasi Kwarteng hardly ever rebelled against their party in this parliament
You mentioned earlier, at the beginning of your statement, that you felt that there were certain obstacles preventing people from getting their money out of the pot. Will you speak more broadly and more specifically about what those obstacles are? You alluded to them, but did not really expand.
From my understanding, it was a revolutionary change, and pensioners were able to take large amounts of money from their pension pots without needing to or being forced into the annuity market, so it was a great act of liberalisation in that way. You said that there were obstacles and that this had not actually happened. When you look on the ground, people had not been doing this to the...
As a follow-up, what are your expectations about the take-up in terms of people releasing money from the pension pot? How will that work?
Conservative MP for Spelthorne
Entered House of Commons on 6 May 2010 — General election
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