There have been a total of 15 ministers responsible for pensions since 1997. Here is the list in full.
This week we want to know what was the most radical pensions policy introduced during the coalition government.
As the UK prepares to elect the next government Helen Morrissey asks for a period of consolidation for pensions.
Mark Twigg says the complexion of the next government will be decisive in shaping pensions policy
Employment relations minister Jo Swinson has praised employers for introducing enhanced parental packages and pledged to work alongside trade unions to increase shared parental leave take-up.
Steve Webb has hit out at Labour's plan to lower the auto-enrolment threshold, saying it would leave low earners with a pension of less than £2 a week at retirement.
Labour MP Rachel Reeves has demanded Prime Minister David Cameron "clarify" the government's position on a charge cap for defined contribution (DC) schemes.
The government has been forced to publish an audit measuring its performance against the Coalition Agreement, which includes failures on pension pledges.
The coalition has reaffirmed its commitment to reforming the state pension although did not reveal any specifics or announce a date for the white paper.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg will reaffirm their commitment to reforming the state pension in a mid-term review of the coalition's progress.
Automatic enrolment will become the most expensive regulatory change imposed on businesses under the coalition government.
Plans to scrap pensions tax relief for higher earners are back on the table ahead of next month's Budget, according to reports.
Sackers associate Fuat Sami looks at changes to compulsory annuitisation law