BA takes legal action to block 0.2% increase to APS pensions

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Trustees of the Airways Pension Scheme have been forced to put on hold a discretionary increase in payments after British Airways launched legal proceedings to block the move.

In a letter to members, APS Trustees chairman Paul Spencer said the scheme had decided to pay a 0.2% increase with effect from December this year. But it said British Airways had not accepted this decision...

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