HOUSE OF LORDS
The Lord Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay
Rt Hon John McFall, Lord McFall of Alcluith
HOUSE OF COMMONS
Ian Austin MP (Independent)
Rona Mackay MSP
To be advised
AMP is fortunate that leading figures in the House of Lords, House of Commons, the Scottish Parliament and the European Parliament have agreed to become our Parliamentary Patrons. The Patrons are drawn from across all parties and have considerable expertise dealing with the issues which concern and could confront pensioners: the economy, pension funds and pensions, disability, and the art of negotiating. We have said that we would call upon them for help only if there was a serious issue which could threaten our pension funds, such as adverse changes in pension law or another predator, another Maxwell. In that event, our concerns could be put before government and European ministers, raised in the Parliaments and given widespread publicity.
Matthew Oakeshott has considerable and wide-ranging experience in pensions, investment and politics. He worked in the Kenyan Ministry of Finance and …
He’s no longer our Patron, but Baron Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, to give him his full title, who became a life peer …
If you haven’t caught up with John Jackson’s hilarious memoirs yet, you can enjoy a preview in Members’ Noticeboard.
SEVERAL members have been in touch to tell us their Spring Mirror Pensioner has never arrived. We’ve posted replacement copies, of course.
FORMER Daily Mirror sub-editor Alan Livermore has joined the AMP Committee. You can read all about him using the drop-down menu: About …