Slow and boring? How wrong I was about pensions

James Phillips writes about how pensions has changed since he joined PP in June 2016

James Phillips
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Slow and boring? How wrong I was about pensions

Just over five and a half years ago I entered the world of pensions and journalism; the industry was preparing for the Brexit referendum, and issues such as GDPR and the BHS saga were rearing their ugly heads.

David Cameron was prime minister, George Osborne was chancellor, Stephen Crabb was work and pensions secretary, and Ros Altmann the pensions minister. Since then, we've seen two more prime ministers,...

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