Five stories you may have missed this week

Hope William-Smith
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The best of PP's news from 26-30 October, 2020.
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The best of PP's news from 26-30 October, 2020.

This week’s top stories included a ruling for a convicted trustee to return £292,000 in stolen pension funds, while the long-awaited timeline for the pensions dashboard was announced.

1) Trustee forced to return £292,000 stolen from workplace scheme A convicted fraudster has been ordered to repay £292,000 which he transferred from savers' pension pots and funnelled into businesses...

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