Letter sent to MPs over 'derisory' British Steel compensation

'It beggars belief'

Hannah Godfrey
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"The perversity of [the situation] beggars belief. [The steelworkers] were nobbled by the system when they took advice, and now the system is nobbling at them" - Alistair Rush
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"The perversity of [the situation] beggars belief. [The steelworkers] were nobbled by the system when they took advice, and now the system is nobbling at them" - Alistair Rush

A letter has been sent to members of parliament (MPs) concerning the amount of compensation offered to steelworkers caught up in the British Steel pension transfer saga.

Founding member of CHIVE - a pro bono group that was set up to help the steelworkers - and IFA Alastair Rush has written to Work and Pensions Committee chair Frank Field, and Welsh constituency Labour...

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