Industry urges government to tackle cost of living crisis

Industry fears crisis will cause savers to stop contributing to their pension

Martin Richmond
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Industry urges government to tackle cost of living crisis

The cost of living crisis is the single most important issue facing new prime minister Liz Truss, according to a Professional Pensions poll.

Results from last week's Pension Buzz survey revealed the cost of living crisis is at the forefront of many industry professionals' minds and this is the most urgent issue the new government needs ...

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