Government denied leave to appeal £4bn-a-year discrimination ruling

Public service pensions

James Phillips
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Younger firefighters were discriminated against
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Younger firefighters were discriminated against

The government must find an additional £4bn of annual funding for public service pensions after it was denied leave to appeal a case concerning age discrimination.

In a case concerning changes to the firefighters' and judges' pension schemes, the government had forced younger members to less generous schemes, while the oldest workers were able to continue acc...

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