Updated to reflect that Regulations to extend civil partnerships to couples not of the same sex in England and Wales will come into force on 2 December 2019, and to include references to the position in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The Government consults on the options for improving the content and presentation of information provided to members through their annual workplace pension benefit statements.
Updated to reflect that the Pension Schemes Bill will not progress at present as Parliament has been dissolved for the general election.
A new consultation into NHS pension changes designed to enable senior clinicians to work additional shifts without facing prohibitive tax bills has been launched.
The government has conceded defeat over its attempt to alter police pensions in 2015, acknowledging that moving police officers to new police pension schemes, based on their age, is discriminatory.
There have been exhaustive discussions on the gender pay gap, but what about the huge chasm between women's pension wealth and what men are able to accumulate for retirement? Nikki Thompson explains.
Tory leadership front runner Boris Johnson has vowed to "fix" the pension rules that have led to NHS consultants finding they are better off if they work fewer hours.
In a decision that will have implications across the public sector, the government has been denied leave to appeal a landmark ruling that pension reforms discriminated against younger workers.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pensions.