Terry Smith criticises Clegg's 'brain dead' pension idea

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Terry Smith has criticised Nick Clegg's "brain dead" idea to allow parents to use their pension to help their children on the "over-priced" property ladder.

Smith, founder of Fundsmith, said the deputy prime minister had "apparently come up with a brilliant idea" to allow parents and grandparents to use part of their lump sum from their pension entitlement...

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