Public Sector Pensions

A review into how RPI inflation is calculated could affect pension incomes

ONS review into RPI could affect pension and savings incomes

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is to undertake a review into how the retail prices index measure of inflation is calculated that could affect pensions, savings and investments.

Nationwide strike over pensions

400,000 public sector workers strike over pension reforms

Around 400,000 public sector workers including police officers, lecturers, prison officers and health workers are striking today over pension reform plans.

Former public sector workers face a reduction in the annual increase of their pensions

Public sector pensions link will switch from RPI to CPI

Trade unions have lost a high court appeal against the government's decision to switch the inflation link governing the rise of public sector pensions from RPI to the lower rate of CPI.

Danny Alexander has ordered a review into public sector bonuses

Alexander orders review into all public sector bonuses

Treasury Chief Secretary, Danny Alexander has ordered all government departments to review bonus arrangements to public sector bosses to ensure there are no "rewards for failure."

ACA finds gulf between private and public sector pensions

ACA finds gulf between private and public sector pensions

A gulf has arisen between private and public sector pensions, according to a new study.

Danny Alexander has announced details of an outline agreement on public sector pension reforms

Public sector pension outline agreement announced by Alexander

The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander has given details of an outline agreement that has been agreed with some of the public sector unions.

How much will the public sector strikes really cost the economy?

How much will the public sector strikes really cost the economy?

Unions and government ministers are disagreeing over how much the public sector strikes today (November 30th 2011) will cost the economy.

Public sector strikes 'could cost UK economy £500 million'

Public sector strikes 'could cost UK economy £500 million'

Next week's strikes over pensions could be costly and cause chaos for millions of Britons, ministers have said.

Brendan Barber said plans to strike will go ahead

Unison to strike after rejecting £50 billion pensions deal

Members of trade union Unison have voted in favour of a strike over changes to public sector pensions.

Chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander will present the new offer

Government set to offer unions 'more generous' pension package

In a bid to prevent unions from striking, the government is to present a revamped pension package that it believes is more generous.

Demonstrations were held earlier this year against the changes

Trade Unions take public sector pensions dispute to High Court

British trade unions are challenging changes to the legislation surrounding the calculation of public sector pensions.

Nurses are among the public sector employees who face increased pension contributions

Extra pension contributions for public sector workers revealed

Leaked documents show the government plans to add up to £3,000 per year to public sector pension contributions under reforms to the state provision.

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