Opperman slates public sector DB schemes as unsustainable

Longest-serving pensions minister says public sector pensions must be reformed

Hope William-Smith
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Guy Opperman

Public sector pension schemes “should be reformed” as they are not sustainable on a long-term basis, Guy Opperman has said.

The pensions and financial inclusion minister, who last week overtook Sir Steve Webb as the longest-serving holder of the post, yesterday (12 June) told The Sunday Times he believed public sector d...

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