Thérèse Coffey reaffirms government pension plans at Tory conference

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Coffey revealed the government wants “to put people in control of their pension pots”
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Coffey revealed the government wants “to put people in control of their pension pots”

Work and pensions secretary Thérèse Coffey has reaffirmed the Department for Work and Pensions’ (DWP) pension commitments just over three weeks after taking office.

Speaking at the Conservative party conference this morning (30 September), the MP for the Suffolk Coastal constituency said the government department wants to "go further" with developing auto-enrolment....

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