anybody who receives an early retirement package – redundancy plus pension from 50 – ie NHS managers, sho0uld not then be allowed to work as a consultant on £hundreds daily unless they forfeit  their pension until they fully stop working, otherwisde the tax payer is paying such people three times 1) the lump sum severance 2) the pension they receive from 50 and 3) the ongoing consultancy pay they get from the ongoing work. There are ex NHS employees getting this sort of deal.

Why is this idea important?

it seems abohorrent that a public sector worker should be paid public money as a pension when in fact they are not a retired person but an ongoing still employed person. some NHS and similar senior managares get retired early in one area and then go and work as a consultant for the neighboueing health care trust, this is nonsense.

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