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Index linking and a better deal for women top MPs pension choices
Index linking and a better deal for women top MPs pension choices
The Peoples' Pension Coalition
14 May 2006 United Kingdom State Pensions, Pension Reform, Funding and Minimum Funding Requirement, Equality
There is strong support across the political divide to index link the state retirement pension to earnings, and to give women a fairer deal from the state pension according to a survey of MPs carried out by the Peoples' Pensions Coalition - a lobby group set up by Age Concern, Help the Aged, the TUC and Which?. While Labour MPs strongly back compulsory employer contributions with an employee opt-out, as recommended by Lord Turner's report, there is less support for compulsion among opposition parties. But if the scheme does go ahead, there is again considerable cross-party consensus about how the scheme should work. MPs were presented with a range of objectives that the scheme should meet.

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