"Do you not worry your 'Blueprint for a Better-Bepensioned Britain' could come across as a bit, well, self-serving?" I asked the chairman of the improbably-sized investment company Prandeamus Asset Management.
"Good grief," said the chairman, shaking his head. "Are there no bounds to your cynicism?" "I don't do cynicism, just scepticism," I replied. "And that would seem a perfectly acceptable response here."...
What made financial headlines over the weekend?
UK economy falters
More launches planned for 2019
£50,000-plus 'earned' from steelworkers
'Not convinced of merits'