Autumn Budget 'more about prosecco than pensions'

Chancellor Rishi Sunak ruffles feathers by leaving glaring pensions issues on the sideline

Hope William-Smith
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A duty cut on prosecco was among the chancellor's budget announcements on 27 October.
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A duty cut on prosecco was among the chancellor's budget announcements on 27 October.

While some changes relating to pensions appeared in the Autumn Budget, the industry has expressed disquiet about the number of pensions agenda items overlooked.

 In Budget documentation published yesterday (27 October) the government said it wanted to "deliver a reliable, high-quality welfare and pensions system" and one "which customers have confidence in...

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