USS benefits to be restored 'in full', says UUK and UCU

Joint statement confirms members’ benefits on course to be restored to pre-April 2022 levels

Martin Richmond
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Grady: University staff have taken another big step towards seeing their retirement benefits restored

Members of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) are on course for their benefits to be restored ‘in full’, Universities UK (UUK) and the University College Union (UCU) say.

In a joint statement issued today (25 May), the UCU and UUK confirmed that, pending the outcome of the scheme's 2023 valuation, the benefits of USS members would be restored to pre-April 2022 level...

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