The Trinity Mirror Group has agreed to pay £36.2m into its defined benefit schemes on an annual basis over the next three years to plug its ballooning deficit.
The group announced the funding arrangements in a report today as it revealed the schemes' deficit had risen by 20% in just one year. It agreed the deficit funding arrangements for the period between...
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