The Parliamentary Contribution Pension Fund has been criticised for continuing to invest in fossil-fuel heavy companies despite a push into renewable energies.
While the majority of UK's largest pension funds have taken action on climate change, parliament says some are still failing to manage their schemes responsibly
MPs will not pay more into their gold-plated pension scheme this year, despite parallel reforms across the public sector to increase contributions.
The Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund is coming under pressure from ethical investment campaigners to sign up to the UK Stewardship Code.
Jonathan Stapleton asks why MPs can't practice what they preach on public sector pensions
MPs should ditch their gold-plated pension arrangements and move to a defined contribution scheme, Saga director-general Ros Altmann says.
A war of words between a senior Tory minister and a vocal backbencher has escalated over the terms of the ministerial pension scheme.
The Cabinet Office has revised the terms of the ministerial pension scheme to prevent ministers receiving a higher pay-out for increased contributions.
The Cabinet Office is investigating claims that revisions to the ministerial pension scheme will increase pay-outs for the highest-paid members of the government.
The Cabinet will contribute an additional 2.4% of their salary into the ministerial pension scheme from next month, amid hotly-disputed pension reform elsewhere in the public sector.
MPs have passed a motion transferring the responsibility for setting their pension payments to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA).
The Prime Minister says MPs pensions will be subject to the same treatment as the rest of the public sector in the upcoming reforms.