In case you are worried that Gordon Brown's raid on pensions ten years ago, which effectively destroyed one of the most successful pensions industry in the world, will have adversely affected his pension...please worry no more.
The Liberal Democrat pensions spokesman, Lord Matthew Oakeshott, said that the chancellor would have a pension pot worth more than £3.5M if he became prime minister.
How does this come about?
Simple, MPs' pensions have been unaffected because they have successively voted to make up the shortfall with taxpayers' funds.
Brown will pay dearly for this.