Judge criticises BA for exposing trustees to court costs

Stephanie Baxter
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A High Court judge has criticised British Airways (BA) for leaving the trustees of its pension scheme at risk of bearing the defence costs of an ongoing court case.

The company launched a lawsuit against the 12 trustees for increasing payments to its 29,000 members after the fund was linked to the lower consumer prices index rather than the retail prices index...

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