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Budget resolutions and the UK general election: what does it mean for pensions?

A client asked me a pertinent question yesterday, along the lines of: “Do the pensions changes announced in the last Budget still stand given that they are not yet enshrined in legislation and Parliament is soon to be dissolved?” The short and unhelpful answer is: “It depends…”  But what exactly does it depend upon? By … Continue Reading

General Election: Lib Dems outbid Labour on executive pay?

In our previous blog post, we reviewed the Labour Party’s Manifesto commitments on executive pay.  While the Liberal Democrat Manifesto lacks the intrigue of Labour’s commitment to simplify executive pay packages, it is still an interesting read for followers of the ongoing efforts to reel in executive pay. They start with the relatively benign “We will … Continue Reading
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