Pensions Buzz peers agreed with pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman and former shadow chancellor Ed Balls that now might be the time for a fresh commission.
Boris Johnson would be detrimental to pensions if he becomes prime minister later this month, a majority of Buzz respondents said.
This week's Pensions Buzz respondents were split on whether more schemes should follow NEST's decision to divest from tobacco.
This week's Pensions Buzz respondents agreed the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is sometimes right to vote against company voluntary agreement (CVA) proposals.
This week's Pensions Buzz respondents rejected James Brokenshire's suggestion that savers should be able to use their pensions to fund deposits for house purchases.
This week's Pensions Buzz respondents have decidedly rejected former energy and climate change secretary Sir Ed Davey's argument that schemes should divest from fossil fuel intensive companies.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is right to introduce new regulatory initiatives for 1,000 schemes as part of its clearer, quicker and tougher approach, this week's Pensions Buzz respondents said.
Scheme members are not equipped to deal with the tax implications of accessing their pension, last week's Pensions Buzz respondents said.
Respondents say there is not enough clarity on what ESG means.
Respondents were divided on whether trustees should be subject to a term limit.
Respondents were divided on whether the Gogglebox series of adverts on auto-enrolment represented good value for money, after the government spent £800,000 on the partnership.
The lifetime allowance should be scrapped and replaced with a lower annual allowance, last week's Pensions Buzz respondents said.
Bigger is not always better when it comes to pension consulting, last week's Pensions Buzz respondents said following Marsh & McLennan's $5.6bn acquisition of JLT.
One third of schemes have calculated transfer values for guaranteed minimum pension (GMP) equalisation, according to last week's Pensions Buzz respondents.
Collective defined contribution (CDC) savers should be allowed to access pension freedoms when the scheme is rolled out, last week's Pensions Buzz respondents said.
Accreditation will reduce the number of sole-trader professional trustees, this week's Pensions Buzz respondents say.
The 'Money and Pensions Service' is an appropriate new name for the Single Financial Guidance Body, this week's Pensions Buzz respondents say.
Most Pensions Buzz peers do not think the DC charge cap should be lowered from 0.75%.
Smaller schemes should be given more time to prepare data for the pensions dashboard while larger counterparts should be brought on earlier, this week's Pensions Buzz respondents say.
Most people think it is right that savers take responsibility to protect from pension scams.
The default charge cap for defined contribution (DC) investment strategies should not be amended to make it easier to access illiquid assets, a majority of last week's 91 respondents said.
Trustees do need professional help with member communications as suggested by the review into British Steel Pension Scheme case, this week's Pensions Buzz respondents said.
Defined benefit (DB) trustees must engage with members, either via a consultation or communication exercise, before transferring them to a DB superfund, this week's 112 Pension Buzz respondents said.
Respondents say they should only be required in certain situations as the system is not broken.