HomeBlogSupplementary memorandum submitted by UnumProvident following the publication of the Welfare Reform Green Paper
  • Adam Lotun Wda on Facebook November 17, 2011 at 10:54 am

    Yep…UNUM are setting up the rules and regulations so that they can be the lead provider in the upcoming tenders and also not fall into the same pits that their partners ATOS have fallen into of late…had this been in the financial sectors we would be looking at serious criminal charges of insider trading…

  • Mo Stewart November 18, 2011 at 2:03 am

    This is an old transcript from May 2006. The website is very useful but I think it important to make sure dates are attached to such info, otherwise it gives the impression that this is recent. This info confirms research and the reason why an anonymous member on Lord of the Blogs advised that “Unum is a done deal with government so forget about Unum.” In other words, the House of Lords will be seen to be going through the motions of debate about the welfare reforms BUT this was decided long ago, was brought in by Mrs Thatcher and supported by all following governments. Cameron has just increased the pace.

    The reality is that the nation can’t afford all the benefits as the population are living longer so funding of the OAP is increasing by many £millions annually. So, by converting the UK to the USA form of welfare the country will survive so long as not everyone manages to live until they are 100 years old…. Even without the global financial crisis, these welfare reforms were always going to happen regardless of who is in government.

    Unum have been involved since 1994, they remain one of the most discredited insurance companies in America with a diabolical past history, and the public will never know unless the national press have the courage to expose this corporate giant for what they are. So far, only Private Eye are willing to risk it.

    • Holmey November 18, 2011 at 7:42 am

      There was no attempt to deceive regarding the date Mo, the title does say that it was submitted following the publication of the Welfare Reform Green Paper, which should make it clear that it was not recent.

  • meandmydog December 1, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    This reminds me of the Wannsee conference and the final soution.

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