Webb 'sympathetic' to single pensions regulator

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UK pensions would be better off regulated by a single body in the future, the pensions minister Steve Webb has said.

In the second reading of the Pension Schemes Bill, Webb told the House of Commons that the complexities of drawing up the bill had made him "more sympathetic" to a sole pensions regulator. "The ...

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