Public sector schemes to change within 25 years

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Reformed public sector pension schemes will have to undergo further changes within the next 25 years, undermining claims the settlement will last a generation, Lord Hutton says.

Treasury chief secretary Danny Alexander said a deal reached with unions last year on changes to member benefits across the public sector pension schemes would “endure for at least 25 years”. Ho...

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