Government could face legal action over 'short-changing' public sector pensions

Kim Kaveh
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Government could face legal action over 'short-changing' public sector pensions

Teachers and doctors could have grounds for a legal challenge against the government for age discrimination if they have been moved to a less beneficial pension scheme, Leigh Day says.

The law firm's remarks follow 2015 pension changes which saw younger public sector workers, including teachers and NHS staff, moved to new, less generous schemes, while older workers were able to s...

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