MPs call for criminal investigation into BSPS transfer advice

'A message has to be sent'

Hannah Godfrey
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Members of Parliament have called for criminal investigations to be opened into advisers whose work with BSPS members resulted in financial loss for steelworkers and their families.

Speaking in Westminster Hall on Wednesday at a debate on pension transfers and the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS), MP for Blaenau Gwent Nick Smith said the steelworkers affected by poor advice needed to see justice done in the form of police investigations. "We need justice for the steelworkers who were ripped off...

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