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Minister for Pensions, Guy Opperman, today announced the launch of a Working Group in a speech to the Association of Member Nominated Trustees.
A shake up of pension schemes voting rights is on the horizon, with the launch of a new government working group.
Jobcentres will remain open, as they have throughout the pandemic, to provide essential services to those we cannot help remotely.
The Department for Work and Pensions has announced the appointment of Caroline Rookes as the new permanent Chair of The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO).
The letters offer advice to more than 350,000 British people living in EU and EFTA countries on actions they must take by 31 December 2020.
With just 50 days until the end of the EU Transition Period, EU benefit claimants living in the UK are being urged to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
On 31 October 2020, the Prime Minister announced that the Government will be introducing new national COVID-19 measures in England to protect the NHS and save lives.
Children and families will get extra support this winter, with councils given new funding to ensure vulnerable households do not go hungry or without essential items.
Universal Credit will continue to be calculated based on current earnings as Minimum Income Floor suspension extended.
Thousands of new recruits are now lined up to join Jobcentres across the UK and fuel the nation’s Plan for Jobs.
Saver protections will be bolstered by government plans revealed today to “nudge” people towards taking pensions guidance.
The government has published a new National Statement of Expectations (NSE) for supported housing.
Convoluted pension statements are set to be a thing of the past as the Pensions Minister today unveils innovative plans for simple, annual pension statements
Nearly 65,000 vulnerable pensioners in Wales will receive a winter windfall of £140 off their fuel bills thanks to the UK Government’s efforts working with energy firms to cut their costs.
More than 90,000 vulnerable pensioners in Scotland will automatically receive £140 off their fuel bills thanks to UK Government efforts
Around a million pensioners across the UK will receive £140 off their fuel bills, thanks to government efforts working with energy firms to cut their costs.
The world leading Pension Schemes Bill will be debated in the House of Commons today (Wednesday 7 October 2020).
Hundreds of thousands of job seekers are set to benefit from a new employment programme launching today (Monday 5 October 2020).
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has outlined a timeframe to align its climate risk reporting requirements with those proposed in the Pension Schemes Bill.
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