Lord Hutton

Where there’s a Will (and John), by Jackie Ashley

The two Huttons’ proposals for reforming public sector pay and pensions tackle major areas that are in the government’s sights for cuts. But how fair are they? Read more...

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How progressive are public sector pension reforms? By Carl Emmerson

Lord Hutton’s review of public service pensions contains a number of recommendations. Perhaps the three most important for both the taxpayer and the members of these schemes are: Read more...

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High-flyers and Hutton, by Andrew Cawley

It is very difficult to decide what is fair when it comes to public service pension reform, but fairness is the order of the day.  Following the publication of his final report by Lord Hutton yesterday, we still do not know what the new level of benefits will be as this is for the government to decide. Read more...

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Pension proposals could destroy LGPS, by Mike Taylor

Treasury proposals to increase public sector workers pension contributions by 3% over the next three years (equating to £900m from the Local Government Pensions Scheme) could destroy the LGPS ahead of Lord Hutton’s final report on the future of public sector pensions. Read more...

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Taking care of pensions, by Mike Taylor

Lord Hutton has been charged by the government to explore how to make public sector pensions more affordable, yet still provide an adequate retirement income for Britain’s millions of public sector workers. Read more...

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Hutton: reality and rhetoric, by David Davison

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