Unions condemn employer powers to override trustees

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Unions have attacked government plans to allow employers to change scheme rules without trustee consent.

The temporary powers were outlined in the state pension white paper in January, in a bid to protect private sector employers with defined benefit schemes from the cost of abolishing contracting out...

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