Pop star-style pay deals for bosses may give Jeremy Corbyn the keys to 10 Downing Street, says Lord Young



It's now a truism that early retirement is becoming a thing of the past. Even so, few of us are likely to emulate David Young, who is still at the coal face aged 86.
Better known as Lord Young of Graffham, he is about to step down from the Lords, where he championed small businesses and Margaret Thatcher’s privatisation programme.
He is ‘ashamed,’ he says, to admit he only works four days a week for his investment business, Young Associates, and on other organisations, such as the Careers and Enterprise Company.
Naturally, he doesn’t have much sympathy for young people entering employment... read more

 
31 March 2018 in Business, Views: 178
Source: Daily Mail
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