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Thousands of workers across the North East and Cumbria will be showing their support for Pensions Justice and joining in with one of the four regional March and rallies across the region on Pensions Day of Action, November 30th. As well as indepen...
Making public sector pensions like those in the private sector would mean taking all pensions away from two in three public sector workers and giving a huge increase to the pension pots of a small number of senior public sector staff, says a TUC repo...
Workers with degrees earn more in the private sector than the public sector, while staff with lower level and no qualifications earn more in the public sector, according to a TUC analysis of official statistics published ahead of the latest annual pa...
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Commenting on the launch today (Thursday) of the Treasury consultation on the Fair Deal pensions policy for staff transferred out of the public sector, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
Commenting on a report by John Ralfe, an independent pension consultant, which claims that the public sector pensions deficit has more than doubled to £100bn in the past three years, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said today (Wednesday):
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