The Conservative Party's plan to replace the state pension triple lock with a double lock has provoked mixed responses.
The Liberal Democrats' pledge to review the pension tax relief system with an aim to introduce a flat rate has received a lukewarm response from pension professionals.
The Conservative Party has unveiled its manifesto for the General Election 2017. Here are the pension pledges in full...
The Liberal Democrats have promised to launch a review of pensions tax relief with an aim of introducing a single rate if they win the snap general election.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is set to establish and lead an interim phase of the pensions dashboard project to ensure it does not lose 'momentum' during the election.
The industry has reacted with concern after Labour revealed its plans to increase income tax, maintain the state pension age at 66, and impose new taxes on investments.
Labour has formally unveiled its general election manifesto - confirming pledges to amend the Takeover Code to protect pensioners, protect the triple-lock and give those overseeing the LGPS full trustee status.
A snap general election is looming, with Theresa May's announcement in April sending party headquarters into overdrive as they scrambled to piece together manifestos. Here is what we know so far…
The leaked draft of Labour's general election manifesto includes a raft of pension proposals, including plans to amend the Takeover Code to protect pensioners and a pledge to enable the development of large efficient pensions funds. Read the proposals...
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to continue the triple lock protection for the state pension if they win the general election.
With political parties drawing up their manifestos for the snap general election, James Phillips explores the industry's greatest desires for the future of pensions
This week we want to know if you agree with Theresa May that the Pensions Regulator should be able to veto mergers and acquisitions in certain circumstances.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has called for the triple lock on the state pension to be maintained by whoever wins the general election.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will be given powers to block certain mergers and acquisitions (M&As) to protect pensions if the Conservative Party is re-elected on 8 June.
The question of the state pension age will not be answered before the snap general election, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has told PP.
Clarity over the controversial money purchase annual allowance is needed after it was removed from the Finance Bill, according to Pensions Buzz respondents.
The Conservative Party is considering retaining the triple lock protection for the state pension, according to reports.
A controversial decision to slash the Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA) from £10,000 to £4,000 will be scrapped as the Treasury seeks to trim the Finance Bill.
In her final editor's comment Helen Morrissey says the one constant in pensions has been change.
Failing to commit to retaining the triple lock could cost the Conservative Party more than a third of votes from people aged 55 and over, a survey has revealed.
A surprise general election is in store in just over month, but battle lines are yet to be drawn. James Phillips explores where pensions sit in the chaos.
This week's top stories include speculation about what the snap general election may mean for pensions, and Bernard Matthews' owners accused by MPs of throwing out a deal to save the DB scheme for their own benefit.
The upcoming general election is an opportunity to put forward a bolder pension policy says Hilary Salt.
Theresa May's surprise announcement to hold a general election on 8 June has thrown into doubt the future of the state pension triple lock and qualifying age.