Time for some quid pro quo on scams

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If authorities really want to stop scams, they ought to make it safe for trustees to refuse a transfer that shows red flags, says Margaret Snowdon

This summer has brought some interesting developments. With the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) setting its gaze on the impact of pensions freedoms and scams, everyone is now talking about pensio...

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