Foster father to 5,000 war orphans NINE-YEAROLD Tommy, of Cardiff, gazed up at the Minister of Pensions
today and told him he wanted to be a bricklayer.
One story concerning a proposal by Sir Walter Womesley, the Minister of Pensions
, for workers in the Ministry to meet up at Blackpool to celebrate its 25th anniversary, was met with "determined opposition" from staff members.
The Minister of Pensions
in 1960 was John Boyd-Carpenter and, perhaps oddly for a pensions minister, he was keen to promote British exports.
Eitan, now 81, holds the minor position of minister of pensions
but is also, by virtue of his career in Mossad, the Israeli intelligence agency, a member of the subset of the cabinet that deals with security policy.
It is very good of Mr Stephen Timms, the Minister of Pensions
, to urge OAPs to apply for Pension Credit which could give them another pounds 40 a week.
As Minister of Pensions
and later Minister of Social Security, she was a key figure in setting up the welfare state.
IT WAS only a few years ago that Lord (Alan) Sugar, a billionaire, said he kept writing to the Labour Minister of Pensions
that he didn't need his winter fuel allowance but they still kept on sending it so he left it in the bank
Later some delegates attended a party to listen to a speech by Anne Maguire, Deputy Minister of Pensions
I have written to no avail to the Minister of Pensions
and Benefits about this discrimination.
Eye gift gets minister's thanks For Mr Ifor Richards, of Treharris, there was little thought when he made a gift of 23 artificial eyes from his stock to the Minister of Pensions
for the benefit of war wounded that his action would have such far-reaching results.