Ministers lay out LGPS reforms after union deal

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Ministers have outlined their plans for the future of the local government pension scheme after employers and unions brokered a framework agreement on how to implement Lord Hutton's reforms.

Treasury chief secretary Danny Alexander said "headline agreements" had been reached with LGPS negotiators, including unions and employers, to fix the gross cost ceiling for the scheme at 20.4%, wi...

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