Monday March 30, 2020

Pensions crisis deepens as talks stall again

There was a time when talk of pensions put people to sleep, but last week the topic kept the government, employers and trade unions awake through the night.

3rd June, 2006

There was a time when talk of pensions put people to sleep, but last week the topic kept the government, employers and trade unions awake through the night.

The government’s difficulty in striking a pensions deal shows it has become a victim of its own success in highlighting the importance of retirement planning. The message had certainly been received and understood at trade union headquarters - and has stalled an overall deal.

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