Webb promises pension stability after major reforms

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Pensions minister Steve Webb has pledged to give the raft of legislation working its way through parliament time to bed in, and not introduce any more major reforms.

Webb told PP that, after a hectic three years in office, he wanted to focus on state pension reform, auto-enrolment, small pots and defined ambition. He said: "Clearly you don't want permanent revolution,...

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