This week's top stories include Amber Rudd remaining as work and pensions secretary, and the regulator carrying out seven criminal investigations into potential scams.
Company directors who deliberately or recklessly put their workers' pension funds at risk face seven years in prison under plans to crack down on "acts of astonishing arrogance and abandon".
Stephen Lloyd MP has called on the secretary of state for work and pensions to investigate the pensions transfer market and ban contingent charging.
Former home secretary Amber Rudd is to return to the cabinet as work and pensions secretary after the resignation of Esther McVey.
The increase in minimum auto-enrolment (AE) contributions has had little impact on opt-out rates - with cessations after April increasing by less than two percentage points, data from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) shows.
Esther McVey has reiterated the government's support for an industry-led pensions dashboard as she praised the success of auto-enrolment (AE).
David Weeks calls on the secretary of state for work and pensions to meet with the AMNT to explore the long-term direction for pensions
The secretary of state for work and pensions has told MPs clawback and avoidance measures could be imposed for the people responsible for driving Carillion over the cliff.
An industry taskforce aimed at boosting innovation in the finance industry to enhance the profitability of social impact investment has been commissioned by the prime minister.
"We must do something, this is something, therefore we must do this," is the politician's fallacy famously expounded by Sir Humphrey Appleby in the BBC sitcom Yes, Prime Minister.
David Gauke has been moved from the DWP to the Ministry of Justice as part of Theresa May's 2018 reshuffle.
Over 80% of workers who qualify for automatic enrolment (AE) believe a workplace pension is good for them, a Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) survey has revealed.
The government suffered a major High Court defeat after guidance forcing the LGPS to invest in line with UK foreign policy was deemed unlawful. Stephanie Baxter finds it could have far-reaching consequences.
Guy Opperman's appointment as minister for pensions and financial inclusion has been received positively, but experts say he must tackle a number of outstanding policy issues.