After the BHS problems, I started looki8ng into the pension sector. I found there was a 800 billion deficit. The time says the biggest problem is with the NHS NHS 'faces £500bn pensions shortfall' | The Times
½ trillion. Now that is a big number. It is the biggest shortfall in corporate history. No wonder as cancer rates plummet, they are also asking David Cameron for more money.
That number is equal to 5 Fukishima nuclear accidents. All nuclear plants are running with 50 million insurance, when they need 100 billion per plant. That is a 2 trillion UK pound under insured status. The biggest corporate crime in history. It even makes the NHS look financially sound.
In reality every NHS trust must file for bankruptcy today.