Clive Weber

From the blog: The Work and Pension Committee’s defined benefit report is exceptionally well written, but are any of its main recommendations actually workable?


Broadly speaking, some are eminently workable, others are problematic, and the remainder are probably pipe dreams.


Pressure on parliamentary time will increase due to Brexit, so pension reforms needing only policy changes through the Pensions Regulator or Pension Protection Fund, and regulations rather than new acts of parliament, may stand a better chance of success.


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