All of the major political parties have now unveiled their policies on pensions ahead of the general election. Professional Pensions looks at what they have promised.
While the pension schemes bill was said to command cross-party support, Brexit and acrimonious parliamentary debates are leaving its success in doubt, says Malcolm McLean.
A campaign to divest the MPs' Pension Scheme from fossil fuel investments has gained the support of 200 MPs and former MPs across partisan lines.
Most respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz do not think businesses should be able suspend AE contributions if in financial distress.
The Liberal Democrat party has passed a motion pledging to cap tax-free lump sums under Freedom of Choice at £40,000 if elected into government.
Listing on LSE on 17 October
Introducing a flat rate of tax relief at 20% could save the Treasury up to £13bn, according to calculations by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).
The industry believes the Conservative proposals for pensions are the best approach, with some stating the commitment to ditch the triple lock is a 'bold but correct' move.
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 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.
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 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
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.
The industry has thanked pensions minister Steve Webb for his contribution to pensions after he lost his parliamentary seat in yesterday's general election.
Two employment ministers lost their seats as part of a shocking general election result which upset all the pre-election polls.
Pensions minister Steve Webb and shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont have both lost their parliamentary seats as a result of yesterday's General Election.
Professional Pensions takes a look at what will feature in the next government’s pensions policy
The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has published a scathing review of tax and benefits proposals from the main parties, branding the triple lock "absurd" and tax-relief plans "misguided".
Top stories on the website this week include three decisions from the Pensions Ombudsman on suspected liberation fraud and a review of general election manifestos. Here's what you might have missed.
Chancellor George Osborne's 2014 Budget announcement that people could cash in their defined contribution (DC) pots has boosted the popularity of the Conservative party, according to research.
Regardless of who is in power after the general election, higher earners are going to see their pension contributions taxed more heavily, according to analysis.
We ask the experts to rate the pensions promises in manifestos
The Liberal Democrats would explore overhauling tax relief on pensions contributions if they play a part in the next government, according to the party's manifesto.