PPF should not pay out for British Steel, industry says

Pensions Buzz readers were asked for their thoughts on victim compensation

Hope William-Smith
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Port Talbot, Wales
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Port Talbot, Wales

The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) should not be tasked with providing a guaranteed income to victims affected in the collapse of the old British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS), a PP poll finds.

Almost two thirds (62%) of respondents to last week's Pensions Buzz disagreed the PPF should be the body to provide affected steelworkers with a guaranteed income similar to what they would have re...

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