30/11/2013

More Pensioners Dying Of Cold In The Winter

snow covered cemeteryThis happens every year countries have this problem of more pensioners dying of the cold in the winter. Adam Lovejoy is in covering the pensioners story from London about the British government and the challenge of keeping old people living the life they are use too. This topic comes up every year at winter time, the rise in fuel costs and the statistics rising plus observations of less older people walking about the city. A few years ago the the Treasury located next door to the PM at 11 Downing Street brainstormed public spending. The Labour government and the United Nations came together to talk about the problem just like they did about Libya. The tricky problem they found was staying focused there were so many variables and many now in hindsight obvious distractions that they have not yet managed to resolve any definable solutions. Great news for struggling UK government: more useless pensioners are dying of cold in the winter.

More Pensioners Dying Of Cold In The Winter

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  • Charity fears that energy price hike could kill up to 20 pensioners a day who cannot afford to heat their homes (dailyrecord.co.uk)
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