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Pension updates from the Spring Statement and P&O Ferries’ £146m deficit share

Hope William-Smith
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The best of PP's news from 21-25 March 2022
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The best of PP's news from 21-25 March 2022

This week’s top stories include pensions updates from the 2022 Spring Statement and a call for government and regulatory intervention over £146m in contributions owed by P&O Ferries.

1) Spring Statement: Chancellor bypasses pension reforms Chancellor Rishi Sunak left little room for pensions in this year's Spring Statement with the industry deeming the move a "missed opportun...

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