What the Labour victory could mean for pensions

Labour has won the UK general election with a landslide victory – what now for pensions?

Holly Roach
clock • 8 min read
What the Labour victory could mean for pensions

Six weeks of campaigning, a day at the polls, and now a Labour government in office – could the new resident of Number 10 spark the beginning of a change to the pensions landscape?

Just three weeks ago the Labour Party unveiled its manifesto, pledging to review the pensions system. The party promised it would undertake a review to consider the steps needed to improve outcomes...

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