A second British Airways trustee has resigned from the scheme over the decision to move from RPI to CPI for future pension increases.
Captain Cliff Pocock, who quit his role at the Airway Pension Scheme yesterday, said RPI increases remained affordable for BA and he had consistently argued against the move to CPI. Pocock said it was...
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