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Synopsis

Born with a degenerative eye disease that left him blind by the age of thirty, Alan Pickering was not going to let this stop him becoming a leader in the world of pensions, best known for the Pickering Report, commissioned by the Blair government. From interviews with friends and family as well as conversations with Alan himself, the author reveals a man whose intellect and amiable nature allowed him to push his disability to one side to succeed on his own terms.