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The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) has held a session exploring the fiduciary duty of trustees in relation to climate change.

The session, held this morning (21 February), included representatives from pension and climate organisations and discussed the impact of the Financial Markets and Law Committee's (FMLC) report on ...

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